South Haven Water Trail Listening Session on February 25th!
WMEAC, Grand Valley State University, and Williams & Works plan listening session for citizens of South Haven and surrounding lakeshore communities.
This session is one component of a joint initiative, made possible by support from the Michigan Coastal Zone Management Program, Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), through a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce.
WMEAC, Grand Valley State University, and Williams & Works will hold a meeting for interested stakeholders on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 10 AM. This meeting is open to the public, including regional business owners, home owners, watersport companies, watersport users, and others.
The event, which will be held at Lake Michigan College’s South Haven campus, will provide a platform for citizens to voice their opinions and imagine a water trail which fits their needs and visions.
During the event, South Haven residents and affiliates will learn more about the future possibilities as well as the current extent of ongoing complimentary projects which share the aim to develop a usable, contiguous water trail along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Tuesday’s public meeting on water trail tourism is a great opportunity to engage with fellow citizens, environmental leaders, and tourism specialists in the shaping of the South Haven lakeshore community.
The event will be at the Lake Michigan College South Haven campus 125 Veterans Blvd, South Haven, MI 49090, at 10 AM on Tuesday, February 25. For more information about the South Haven Water Trail Listening Session, please contact Josh Leffingwell at (616) 901-6283 or visit www.westmichiganwatertrail.com.