There was a great turnout for the GLQO Annual Meeting at the Kellogg Manor House at the Kellogg Biological Station on Tuesday, June 13. It was a fun and informative meeting! A highlight was presentations by Brandon Armstrong and Geoff Rhodes from Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy about the work they are doing monitoring PFAS (and other chemicals) in surface waters and fish. They included specific information about Gull Lake and answered questions from those attending. Please note that they are happy to answer additional questions; their contact information is at the end of their handout.
Also attending the meeting were three researchers from the MSU Center for PFAS Research, led by Dr. Cheryl Murphy. The Center involves researchers from across MSU and their focus is on understanding the effects of PFAS on human health and the environment. Their website provides lots of information about PFAS and a link where you can submit questions (https://www.canr.msu.edu/pfas-research/).