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The Nebraska Master Naturalist Program is a public and private partnership supported by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Nebraska Environmental Trust, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and Nebraska Master Naturalist Foundation. Our program recruits, trains, manages, and provides resources for our Naturalist members participating in interpretation and outreach, resource management, citizen science, and outdoor skills and recreation in Nebraska.

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CHICAGO (June 14, 2024) - On Thursday, June 20, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will hold an informal community meeting to discuss cleanup progress at the Bofors Nobel Superfund site, located at 5025 Evanston Ave., Muskegon, Michigan. The EPA will also share upcoming opportunities for community input and the potential formation of a community advisory group. 

This meeting will be an opportunity to speak with the site team and share concerns. Representatives from Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, Michigan’s PFAS Action Response Team, and Bofors Nobel Group will also participate in the meeting. 

WHEN: Thursday, June 20, 2024, 6 - 8 p.m.  

WHERE: Egleston Township Hall  

5428 E. Apple Ave. 

Muskegon, Michigan 

If you have any questions or require special accommodations, please contact:  

Caitlin McIntyre, community involvement coordinator, by phone at 312-353-2073, or via e-mail at 

Daniel Rodriguez, remedial project manager, by phone at 312-886-6145, or via e-mail at" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener"> 

For additional information visit EPA’s Bofors Nobel website.  

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