Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination
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Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination (CACC) is a Michigan-based grassroots environmental organization centered in the Great Lakes and committed to fostering awareness of environmental issues through a network of citizens and organizations. CACC has been working to protect our environment since 1978.
CACC sponsors the annual Backyard Eco Conference to give citizens the opportunity to learn from environmental movers and doers and to network with other activists from around the Great Lakes Basin.
CACC is a member of Great Lakes United, the Michigan Environmental Council, Michigan Energy Reform Coalition, the Environmental Fund for Michigan, and the National Citizens' Network on Oil and Gas Wastes.
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