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Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council

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Formed in 1980 on the Old Mission Peninsula, the Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council has over 500 members, concentrated in a five-county region in northwestern Michigan including Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Benzie, Kalkaska and Antrim Counties. The all-volunteer organization continues to operate with a simple mission: "Preserving the natural environment through citizen action and education."

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Location: Traverse City, MI
Group website: Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council
Contact: nmeac [at] charter.net

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