Health study planned for St. Louis chemical workers and families

Health study planned for St. Louis chemical workers and families

 

By Linda Gittleman, The Morning Sun

POSTED: 10/03/13, 5:03 PM EDT | UPDATED: 9 HRS AGO

For years, Alma College Professor Dr. Ed Lorenz has been trying to get a health study concerning the contamination from the Velsicol Chemical plant in St. Louis and its effects on the people .

Linda Gittleman: Removing a symbol of death

I’m turning this week’s column over to Jane Keon, chair of the Pine River Superfund Task Force.

 

Dead birds in St. Louis collected

Dead birds in St. Louis collected, along with videos of their dying convulsions

Read the full story at:

http://www.themorningsun.com/article/20130822/NEWS01/130829911/dead-birds-in-st-louis-collected-along-with-videos-of-their-dying-convulsions

 

Fed up with the DOJ and its tombstone, task force demands its removal

Article printed today in the Morning Sun newspaper about our request to have the tombstone relocated to the St. Louis Historical Society.

 

http://www.themorningsun.com/article/20130602/NEWS01/130609920#.Uaxp8mUuJAE.email

Rachel Carson Exhibit

Civic Empowerment in an Age of Corporate Greed

Congratulations to CAG member Ed Lorenz for winning an award from the Historical Society of Michigan for his book published this year by Michigan State University Press.


Dead Birds in St. Louis poisoned by DDT

EPA Project Manager Tom Alcamo told members of the Pine River Superfund Citizen Task Force that the dead robins found at a residence will help him get more money to cleanup the contaminated residential yards in St. Louis.


Joe Scholtz Memorial Fishing Derby in St. Louis

This Saturday, June 9th, is the Joe Scholtz Memorial Fishing Derby in St. Louis. No fishing license is required.  Fishing rods are available for use.   Call 576-0700 or 576-0710 to preregister.  Or you can register at Leppien Park Saturday morning.  The Derby runs from 9 a.m.

Senator Carl Levin visits the Velsicol Superfund Site in St. Louis

Senator Carl Levin visits the Velsicol Superfund Site in St. Louis, Michigan and pledges his support for funding for the cleanup of the site.

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