Two sold out private showings of PROJECT: ICE in Marquette caught the attention of local media. Watch the trailer here. Read the article in the January 19, 2015 issue of the Mining Journal: January 20, 2015 – Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Ice has starring role in Great Lakes climate change film
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Marquette, MI – The Superior Watershed Partnership (SWP) is wrapping up a summer long season of monarch butterfly habitat restoration on the Stonington Peninsula. In partnership with the U.S. Forest Service’s Hiawatha National Forest (HNF) and with funding from the National Forest Foundation (NFF), the SWP will plant the final native pollinator plants for the Read more…
The SWP is hosting a private, invitation-only screening of “Project:Ice” – a feature length documentary on the Great Lakes from the crossroads of history, science, and climate change.
The SWP’s Community Environmental Monitoring Program (CEMP) of the Eagle Nickel and Copper Mine in Marquette County is a precedent-setting example of how a community can control industrial resource extraction practices.
The SWP has developed numerous EPA-approved watershed management plans. You will find them here.