10 Things You Can do to Save our Lakes!

  1. Show up and show your support – thank you for joining us at the “All Hands on Deck” event!
  2. Let our senators know that you want to protect our Great Lakes.
  3. Come to Dan Egan’s lecture on July 12 in Hoover Auditorium.
  4. Take a trash bag on your next lakefront walk – and fill it.
  5. Get a reusable water bottle – and use it.
  6. Dispose of old/unfinished prescriptions without flushing.
  7. Stop using chemicals on your lawn.
  8. Get a rain barrel and use the water for your garden.
  9. Turn off the faucet when brushing teeth or shaving.
  10. Make a tax-deductible financial donation to the Lake Erie Foundation.

Thank you for everything you do to help protect and preserve Lake Erie!

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