PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP, MI — Almost no sign remains that the driving range at Boulder Creek Golf Club sits atop acres of toxic waste.


By the shed where golfers fill buckets of yellow balls is a small stone marker partially overgrown by grass, which instructs anyone digging in the area to contact the property owner first and see a Kent County deed restriction file.

The marker says nothing about the 12 acres of Wolverine World Wide tannery waste buried four feet under range sand and topsoil.

Read the full story by Garett Ellison here.