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Remote Logging Work Not Adhering to Permit Conditions in an Area Previously Protected by the EPA

10 Jul , 2014  

July 10,2014

Northern Marquette County, MI – During the week of June 23, 2014, a reconnaissance survey of forest and wetland conditions on the Snowmobile Trail 5 route by the Yellow Dog RIVERKEEPER ® led to a discovery of road construction by Plum Creek Timber Company that did not meet with stated permit conditions. More…

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Chauncey Moran wins Binational Environmental Stewardship Award

9 Aug , 2012  

The Annual Environmental Stewardship Awards were presented to American and Canadian environmental activists by the Lake Superior Binational Forum in Superior, Wisconsin this past July. We are extremely proud and not-so-surprised that one of the Yellow Dog’s most dedicated educators, our very own “River Walker,” Chauncey Moran, has won an individual Environmental Stewardship Award. More…