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Upcoming Events

Community Events

Come visit the GMB at Michigan State University’s Science Festival this Spring! From April 6-7th, we will be hosting a table to teach the public about groundwater and where their drinking water comes from. Learn more at!

GMB Meetings

All meetings are held at the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission in the Large Conference Room, unless otherwise specified. View meeting packets and minutes here.


Past meeting materials and minutes are available in our archive.

February 14, 2024

April 10, 2024

June 12, 2024

August 14, 2024

October 9, 2024

December 11, 2024 (Annual Meeting)

Groundwater News

Groundwater in the News

US groundwater is getting saltier—what that means for infrastructure, ecosystems, and human health

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) have been monitoring groundwater quality in wells across the country for more than three decades, looking for harmful chemicals or residual substances that may cause harm to ecosystems or humans...

Groundwater Story Map: updated, interactive data on Michigan’s hidden resource

Michigan’s groundwater is a critical part of the water cycle and fuels our Great Lakes. This “invisible” resource is in danger of contamination and depletion everywhere, and other regions in the U.S. are currently dealing with the fallout of its degradation...

Michigan State of the Great Lakes 2023 Report

The Great Lakes shape our state, and bountiful waters greet us inland at every turn: thousands of lakes, tens of thousands of miles of rivers and streams, millions of acres of wetlands, and vast groundwater reserves...

Meeting Materials

Gov. Whitmer Signs Bipartisan Legislation to Ensure Clean Drinking Water in Schools and Childcare Centers

Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed bipartisan bills to protect children in Michigan by requiring the installation of water filters in childcare centers and schools to prevent lead contamination, known as Filter First bills...

EGLE announces $81 million in MI Clean Water grants to 23 communities


Water main and lead service line replacements in Kalamazoo and Ovid and wastewater plant upgrades in Hart and on Mackinac Island are among $81.2 million in Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) grants recently awarded to Michigan communities.

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