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WMEAC is short for West Michigan Environmental Action Council.  "Founded in 1968, WMEAC is a non-profit, 501C3 organization uniquely positioned to respond to emerging issues and new threats to West Michigan's ecologies."  Tanya Cabala is the local "boots on the ground" organizer for the organization and the preservation of our nature and waterways is a very big passion of hers.  Recently, WMEAC held an incredibly informative virtual town hall meeting about recycling in Muskegon County.  They have kindly given us permission to bring this event to you so you can see what's being done about protecting our little corner of the world. 

If you are interested in learning more or taking action yourself with WMEAC, you can head to their WEBSITE.  If you want to be part of the change, all it really takes is good self stewardship.  Don't litter.  If you see something that could be picked up and recycled, do it.  If you take just a couple of minutes to wash out a can or bottle and recycle it as opposed to just throwing it in the trash.  Everyone doing just their's a huge total.