Flint parents will have new resources for limiting the effects of lead exposure on their children thanks to a new MSU Extension program that will help them provide positive early childhood experiences.
MDARD awarded a state grant to Michigan Food and Farming Systems to support urban agriculture in Flint in partnership with edible flint, Genesee County MSU Extension and other partners to address residual soil lead risks from past land uses.
Do whole-house filters work for minimizing your exposure to lead in drinking water? The answer may surprise you.
From charging residents for water filters to fake charities, there are people trying to take advantage of the crisis in Flint.
On March 1, “Growing Flint: What the Flint Water Crisis Means for Your Garden” program will discuss how the Flint water crisis may have affected the safety of food gardens, at the Neighborhood Engagement Hub.
Lead exposure is an issue that concerns thousands of people in communities throughout Michigan