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On an all new episode of Meridian News Now: Special Report, we explore sustainability in Meridian Township - how local businesses are going green one scrap at a time, ways organizations keep the Red Cedar River and Lake Lansing clean and a local homeowner takes energy efficiency in his own hands. HOMTV's Sharon Davis also sits down with Meridian Township Recycling & Energy Coordinator LeRoy Harvey about what is being done and can be done around the Township to recycle and save energy.
Monitoring a body of water can take several different forms; from biological monitoring which means looking at things like algae, fish species analysis and critters living in the water such as benthic 6/26/2017 12:32:45 PM
Laughter, splashing and good company. All key components leading to one thing in Ingham County-- summer time fun at Lake Lansing. According to the Ingham County website, Lake Lansing has been attr 6/26/2017 12:26:12 PM
Businesses all over Meridian Township are making efforts to be more green. Mert's Speciality Meats does so with their food scraps. Scrapes to Soil is a program that allows businesses like Mert's S 6/26/2017 12:16:50 PM