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Clinton Township, MI 48036
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Line 5: A Timeline of a Ticking Bomb

Major Line 5 events from construction to present day

Be a Clean Water Voter - Michigan Endorsements for 2022

As a Clean Water Action member or supporter, we know you care about our water and climate. That’s why we vet and endorse candidates for office that reflect your values and priorities.

Hands making heart symbol in front of Lake Michigan

Keep Michigan's Water Public

Michigan’s water belongs to all of us. Currently our water is at risk of over-extraction and privatization.

CMI Cleanups Map

Help us make polluters pay in Michigan

From 1990 until 1995, Michigan had the strongest “polluter pay” law in the country.

Map of Michigan with red pin on the location of Line 5 in the Mackinac Straits

Ask President Biden to Support Shutting Down Line 5

Enbridge is trying to block action by Michigan’s Governor to protect us from a catastrophic oil pipeline rupture in the Straits of Mackinac.

Extend Michigan's Water Shutoff Moratorium

Due to support from Michiganders like you, our State Legislature passed a temporary moratorium on water shutoffs in 2020.

Lake Michigan at Sunset

Michigan Currents | Fall 2021

In this issue read more about Clean Water Action's work in Michigan to protect our Great Lakes and our Democracy, an update on the fight to Shut Down Line 5, acting on climate with community power, and how you can get involved.

From We All Live Downstream

Erik McCleary testifying at USACE hearing wearing No Line 5 Oil Tunnel shirt.

Proposed Line 5 Tunnel: Submitted Comment to The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

September 9, 2022

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is continuing work on the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed Great Lakes Tunnel permit.

Clean Water Action Waves - In The News, Summer 2022

Clean Water Waves | In The News, Summer 2022

September 4, 2022

Our work to protect clean water across the country often makes the news. Clean Water Waves highlights recent articles featuring our staff speaking on their areas of activism and expertise.

Remembering The Kalamazoo

July 26, 2022

Twelve years ago yesterday, on July 25th 2010, one of the largest inland oil spills in US history began in a creek in Marshall, Michigan.

17 hours later, someone noticed.