Images from “Proposed Water Legacy Act: A Bad Idea for Michigan”

Source: Great Lakes Information Network

Michigan is blessed by an unparalleled abundance of rivers, lakes, and streams. With more than 3,288 miles of shoreline,[1] the state is bordered by lakes containing nearly 20 percent of the Earth’s surface freshwater supply. Spread evenly across the contiguous 48 states, the Great Lakes waters would measure 9.5 feet deep.[2]