Monday, January 13 - Monday, March 31: Go Green Youth Challenge.
The Go Green Youthy Challenge (GGYC) engages Michigan youth in environmental stewardship, community development and service-learning by participating in a statewide effort to plant trees in Michigan. Any youth pre-K through 12th grade can participate. The GGYC has helped plant over 600 trees in communities across Michigan since it began in 2011.
Full details, rules, and entry forms can be found on the Michigan Arbor Day Alliance at www.miarbordayalliance.com.
Thursday, March 13: Health Professionals Message Training Webinar, 6:30 PM.
MI Air MI Health and Moms Clean Air Force are proud to cosponsor a training webinar for health professionals. The training will educate health professionals on how to effectively communicate with coworkers, neighbors, friends and policymakers about how energy policy impacts the health of our kids, seniors, and families.
Wednesday, March 19: Michigan's Blue Economy, a Special Lakeshore Sustainable Business Event. 5:30pm -7:30pm at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts, 400 Culver St, Saugatuck, MI 49453.
Network with the green business leaders of the St. Joseph/Benton Harbor area at the first-ever joint event of the state’s two largest sustainable business groups.
Michigan Economic Center Director John Austin will discuss Michigan’s “Blue Economy” and how the economic impact of water-based activities could position the state to be a world leader in smart energy, clean water, healthy food, and transportation technologies. Gordon Grove of Marrone Bio Innovations will discuss how the rapidly growing biotechnology start-up chose West Michigan for its expansion and highlight a new product aimed at eliminating Zebra Mussels.
Also featuring remarks from representative members of both forums.
Cost for lunch is $15 for members, $25 for non-members.
Join the Metro-West Steelheaders for a night of fun benefitting the kids of the MUCC camps. The event cost just $50 and include dinner and an open bar as well as a silent auction, 100+ raffles, door prizes, 50/50, and the potential to win fishing trips!
For tickets contact Marty Drum Phone: (734)-769-6786 E-mail: email@example.com
Wednesday, April 2: Michigan Sign Regulation Workshop, 5:30pm - 9pm. Michigan Municipal League Ann Arbor Office, 1675 Green Road.
This 3-hour program will give you the necessary background and confidence to spot problems and risks associated with your local sign regulations and provide guidance on how to fix them. The program is based on a new Sign Regulations Guidebook created for Scenic Michigan. Each attendee will receive a copy of the Sign Regulations Guidebook with the cost of registration.
$75 League member communities, $130 nonmember communities
For more information and a faxable sign-up form click here. Call 800-653-2483 to learn more.