This project is a collaboration between the spring 2021 section of HST 580 (Public History) at CMU, the Pine River Superfund Citizen Task Force, and the Multigenerational Pine River Superfund Voluntary Health Map (JoAnne Scalf). The project explores the history of contamination in the Pine River watershed in St. Louis, Michigan, to acquaint visitors with the area, introduce a rich history of grassroots community organizing, and consider the long-term consequences of contamination. Users can browse the interactive timeline, engage with maps that visualize health impacts, and explore primary sources and high school curriculum.
|State||Published - Jan 1 2021|
|Event||The Pine River Project of Mid Michigan - |
Duration: Jan 1 2021 → Jan 31 2021