Clean Michigan Initiative (CMI) OverviewContact: Susan Erickson
The Clean Michigan Initiative (CMI) is a $675 million bond approved by Michigan voters on November 3, 1998 to improve and protect Michigan's water resources. The major programs are administered by the Departments of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Natural Resources (DNR), and Community Health (MDCH). Click on any piece of the chart below for program-specific information, such as grants awarded and pending grant application packages.
- DEQ Grants/Loans Catalog
- Consolidated Reports - a comprehensive report on the state's clean-up and environmental bond programs
- Approved Watershed Plans
- CMI Implementation Statute, Part 196, Act 45, NREPA, as amended
- CMI Supplemental Funding Proposals
- Historical CMI Ballot Proposal information and excerpts from 1998 speeches