Preserving the Yellow Dog Watershed
in its most natural state for the use of the public,
now, and for the benefit of future generations.

Citizen Action,news,Sulfide Mining

Citizens Petitioning Marquette County Road Commission to Minimize Tree Removal on CR510 and Triple A

10 Sep , 2013  


Area residents in Big Bay and Marquette are petitioning the Marquette County Road Commission to minimize the removal of trees along the right-of-way to County Road 510 and County Road AAA for the creation of a Class A Highway to the Lundin Eagle Mine in Northern Marquette County. Lundin Mining Company is


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YDWP Supports Keep Michigan Wolves Protected Campaign

20 Feb , 2013  

Keep Michigan Wolves Protected is a coalition of conservation groups, animal welfare organizations, wildlife professionals, hunters, ranchers and other Michigan citizens working to protect Michigan’s fragile wolf population. For about the last 50 years wolves have been fully protected in Michigan and have been on the Endangered Species List for close to 40 years.  With the added protection over the last half-century, the near extinct population has been slowly recovering with numbers now close to 700.  The species was delisted from the Endanged Species List in 2011 by the More…

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Environmental Justice Action

28 Apr , 2010  

Another way to support the efforts of our group is to read through the principles of environmental justice and the accompanying letter created by the Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve.  We believe that the main tenets of environmental justice have been violated throughout the entire process thus far. Attached to this post are accompanying materials such as petition sheets for those interested in collecting. Please be sure to send them back to:

Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve
P.O. Box 5
Big Bay, MI 49808


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