With our air, water, land, and climate threatened as never before, now is the time for those who desire a better future to work together.
This is our listing of educational, social, and political events related to the environment that are taking place in the Grand Traverse region. To have your event listed, please send an email to email@example.com that includes:
day date start and end time name of event location (with address) event sponsor fee/donation short comment
Bob Sutherland, President of Cherry Republic
Kate Madigan, Director of the Michigan Climate Action Network
Appetizers, wine, and beer will be served.
Free and open to the public.
A Cocktail Party and Fundraiser Event
to shut down the Line 5 Oil Pipeline
limited to 120 people
OWDM is holding a special event in Traverse City on Monday, October 21 at the
123 Speakeasy in TC –$50/person
Come to The Final Quarter event. We'll gather at the fabulous 123 Speakeasy in downtown Traverse City for wonderful food and drink, conversation, the very latest information on the status of the campaign to decommission Line 5 and prevent an oil tunnel from being constructed, and a chance to celebrate the campaign that you helped create.
Each ticket includes a complimentary 123 Speakeasy beverage, delicious and hearty appetizers, and a cash bar of libations made with organic, seasonal, and local ingredients.
Hosted by the Brook Trout Coalition
Open to the public
Tickets through Eventbite
This film is particularly relevant because of the possible development
of a Fish Passage on the lower Boardman River
Videographer, founder of the website Climate Crocks, and leading expert on climate change will update us on the most recent developments in our understanding of what is happening with the climate around the globe.
Free and open to the public
Sponsored by Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council
$25 in advance, $30 at the door. Buffet lunch is included in the cost of admission.
Registration opens at 9:30 am. Program to start at 10 am.
Questions? Contact FLOW at 231.944.1568 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register and for more details, click here.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/michigan-septic-summit-tickets-73296990271
Save the date:
Our 32nd Annual Environmentalist of the Year Awards & Celebration on April 24 is the premier environmental celebration in northern Michigan.
This year's guest speaker will be Brian Newland, the Tribal Chairman of the Bay Mills Chippewa and Ottawa Tribes.
details will follow:
Save the date
There will be music, food and a celebration of our past leaders and accomplishments
Free event, open to the public
Details and exact time to be decided