Friday, April 27, 2007

Save the Wild UP Video Challenge

Save the Wild UP has launched the Save the Wild UP Video Challenge!

Michigan's water, its rivers, lakes and streams are under assault from metallic sulfide mining, invasive species, outright diversion and a host of other threats. For several years, Save the Wild UP and others have been working to stop a risky metallic sulfide mine, a precedent setting foot in the door for a dangerous new sulfide mining district in the water-rich and wild area north of Marquette.

Save the Wild UP is challenging you to make a video that shows why Michigan must protect its rivers, lakes and streams. We'll all vote on the best and the winners will receive all kinds of prizes, including $2500 in cash for the Grand Prize winner. And maybe somewhere in here, we might find a legacy to pass along to our children that makes them happy and healthy.

If you have any questions, ideas or custom graphic needs, please call Andy McFarlane at (231) 256-2829.

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