by Chris Ehrmann, MLive.com

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BAY CITY, MI – The Bay Area Community Foundation, along with other community foundations and conservation partners, are looking for public input on creating a regional plan of action to ensure the long-term health of Lake Huron and the other Great Lakes.

“We have been working over the past year developing strategies to protect our waters,” said Diane Fong, president and chief executive officer of the community foundation. “We want the community to understand how important this resource is to us — Lake Huron.”

They have a survey that community members can take online to share their thoughts about the Lake Huron Forever Project and what they would like to see.

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