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MI Environment marks third anniversary

Screenshot of MI Environment webpageMI Environment, the online publication of the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy today marks its third anniversary.

In that three-year period, the publication has highlighted the work of EGLE staff to protect the environment and public health in 486 stories. Over 12,200 people now subscribe to the publication's weekly digest. That's an increase of over 2,700 subscribers from the previous year.

"MI Environment highlights the good work that EGLE staffers do - most of it work that never makes the headlines," said Hugh McDiarmid, EGLE communications manager. "It's a window into the everyday work that our more than 1,300-member staff does every day to protect Michiganders and their natural resources."

Over the past year, the top three most-read stories were:

New types of technology help monitor Michigan beaches for harmful pathogens

New tools, planning help coastal communities strive and thrive in light of constant change

Wetlands Map Viewer: Making Wetlands Geospatial Data Accessible

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