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Friends of the Land of Keweenaw is an active all-volunteer organization located in the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  It works with other regional, state, and national organizations to protect and preserve the ecological integrity of the Lake Superior Watershed.

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If we are to continue as a viable organization, we need you to volunteer as a new board member (must be a FOLK member).  Meetings can be successfully zoomed when needed, so please consider becoming a board member wherever you live. To learn more about board responsibilities, contact Linda Rulison   
Hello FOLK members. 
The article attached to the link below is about the recent state funding for Copperwood Mine located next to the Porcupine Mountain State Park. It was written by Brian Noell who is the Communications Director for The Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve (YDWP). 
FOLK appreciates this article as one of the most comprehensive reporting of the Strategic Fund Hearings in Lansing that took place in late March 2024. The Strategic Fund board is part of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
The YDWP is working with

State of Michigan Approval of Grant for Copperwood Mine Reveals Rifts in the Environmental Movement and the Need for Dialogue


READ OUR WINTER–SPRING 2024 NEWSLETTER! Click the image below.​​

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