As Wisconsin’s only non-profit environmental law center, Midwest Environmental Advocates works to defend public rights, protect natural resources, and ensure transparency and accountability in government. For twenty years, MEA has provided affordable legal services to thousands of citizens around the state, including citizens of Kewaunee and Door Counties, who are facing environmental threats.
MEA is hosting an anniversary event at 6 p.m. on October 3rd at Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor. The theme of the event is Water Justice: Equity, Resilience and the Future of the Great Lakes. The evening will include a panel discussion, awards presentation, hors d’oeuvres, dessert, and beverages. Panelists include Douglas Cox of the Menominee Nation, Steve Eatough from Door County Environmental Council, Erin Hanson from Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department, Dean Hoegger from Clean Water Action Council of Northeast Wisconsin, and Curt Meine from The Aldo Leopold Foundation and The Center for Humans and Nature.
Tickets are $25/dollars and can be purchased at www.midwestadvocates.org.