Measuring The Value of Remediation in Muskegon Lake. Dr. Paul Isely Seidman College of Business Grand Valley State University & Carrie Hause Elaine Isely. Funding. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Great Lakes Commission
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Measuring The Value of Remediation in Muskegon Lake
Dr. Paul Isely
Seidman College of Business
Grand Valley State University
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To restore just 1 acre of wetland habitat in Muskegon Lake, 1 in every 300 households in Michigan would need to contribute $A to this fund. If more households contribute, more habitat can be restored.
Given your household income and expenses, would you be willing to make a one time, tax-deductible donation of $A? _____YES_____NO
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