Read the article by Garrett Ellison (Michigan Live)

“Environmental activists are joining forces to advance a community-centric policy agenda around PFAS contamination in Michigan and beyond.

On Thursday, July 15, activists announced the creation of the Great Lakes PFAS Action Network (GLPAN) to advocate for environmental response and cleanup policies that put community concerns at the forefront of state and federal actions.

“Citizens have much more power and influence than we give ourselves credit for,” said Sandy Wynn-Stelt, a widow who lives across from the House Street dump in Belmont, where the global footwear manufacturer Wolverine World Wide polluted the groundwater with toxic chemicals.”…