Letter From Michiana: Moon Valley and Stockwell Woods

As kids, we never needed anyone to tell us how special this place was — we could feel it down to the soles of our feet.

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Letter From Michiana: Partying with the Long Beach Community Alliance

The weather was nasty, but people showed up to raise the funds necessary to keep fighting, if that’s what it takes.

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Letter From Michiana: The failure of IDEM and the EPA

Why is it no one seems to care about the poisons being routinely dumped into Lake Michigan?

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Letter From Michiana: Climate emergency

The problem isn’t how many miles we get to the gallon, or whether recycling really works. The problem has always been about freedom.

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Letter From Michiana: Another spill

After having their drinking water threatened yet again, they must have their doubts. Do they have more in common with Yellowstone, or Flint?

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Letter From Michiana: Indiana’s Environmental Management = Fish Kill

A blast furnace closed water loop at steelmaker ArcelorMittal failed, spilling dangerous levels of cyanide and ammonium-nitrate into the Little Calumet River, which then made its way toward Lake Michigan.

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