Water Vision 2060

Michigan’s watersheds are the lifeblood of the greatest freshwater treasure on the planet—the Great Lakes. Michiganders treat the lakes as the spectacular resources they are. Impacts on the ecosystem—from the lakes themselves down to the connecting waters of creeks, ponds and groundwater—are eliminated or minimized. All Michigan waters are swimmable. Most Michigan waters are drinkable. Fish consumption advisories due to contaminants no longer exist.