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Background Information

Employment History

Recycling Coordinator

Lakeshore Enterprises


Program Coordinator

Lakeshore Enterprises


Office Administrator

Michigan Land Use Institute


Administrative Assistant

Michigan Land Use Institute


Program Coordinator

Manistee Area Public Schools


Web References(12 Total References)


Michigan Land Use Institute :: Bold Solutions for Michigan's People and Places

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Judith Cunningham, Office Administrator
judy@mlui.org 231-941-6584 ext.10 Judith Cunningham That clearly is the case with Judy and the exceptional public interest work she did in Benzie and Manistee Counties before joining the Institute. We've known Judy ever since the early 1990s, when the Institute's predecessor organization, the Manistee County Land Use Coalition (MCLUC), was just getting started. Judy was one of our most active supporters. At the time she was the program coordinator for the Manistee Area Public Schools and organized a collaboration among Manistee industries, educators, students, and local governments to recycle paper in four county school districts. The trash-to-cash project collected 1,200 tons of paper and returned around $30,000 annually to youth activities in Brethren, Bear Lake, Onekama, and the public and Catholic high schools in Manistee. In the late 1990s, Judy helped organize a similar school-based paper-recycling program in Benzie County. She convened 200 students for EarthSave, the first regional youth environmental conference, which the Institute co-sponsored in 2000. She was a leader in the 2004 citizen campaign to block a coal-fired power plant in Manistee and develop a cleaner, alternative, regional energy strategy. Along with her role as office administrator, she represented the Michigan Land Use Institute on the planning board for the Michigan Energy Fair, held in Onekama at the Manistee County Fairgrounds every June from 2006 to 2009. A graduate of Michigan State University, Judy lives in Bear Lake in an energy-efficient, resource-conserving straw-bale house she built mortgage-free over 10 years, completing it in 2008. Although she currently carpools to work, she looks forward to the day she can ride public transit from Bear Lake to Traverse City!


Traverse City Record-Eagle - News Story -- www.record-eagle.com

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Judy CunninghamJudy Cunningham is the recycling coordinator of Lakeshore EnterprisesReturn to www.record-eagle.com home pageSend questions and comments to: webmaster@record-eagle.comCopyright © The Traverse City Record-Eagle.All rights reserved.


www.mlui.org

Judith Cunningham
Office Administrator judy@mlui.org 231-941-6584 ext.10


mlui.org

Judith Cunningham, Administrative Assistant judy@mlui.org231-941-6584 ext.10 Judith CunninghamThat clearly is the case with Judy and all of the exceptional public interest work she's done in Benzie and Manistee counties.We've known Judy a long time, ever since the early 1990s when the Institute's predecessor organization, the Michigan Communities Land Use Coalition, was just getting started and Judy was one of our most active supporters in Manistee County.At the time Judy was the program coordinator for the Manistee Area Public Schools and organized a collaboration between industry, educators, students, and local governments in Manistee to recycle paper in four county school districts.The trash-to-cash project collected 1,200 tons of paper and returned almost $30,000 annually to youth activities in Brethren, Bear Lake, Onekama, and the public and Catholic high schools in Manistee.In the late 1990s, as the program coordinator for Lakeshore Enterprises, Judy helped to organize a similar school-based paper recycling program in Benzie County.Judy convened 200 students for EarthSave, the first Manistee County Regional youth environmental conference, which the Institute co-sponsored in 2000.She was a leader in the 2004 citizen campaign to block a coal-fired power plant in Manistee and develop a cleaner alternative regional energy strategy.A graduate of Michigan State University, Judy lives in an energy-efficient, resource-conserving straw bale house she built herself in Bear Lake.


Cunningham, Kelly Join Institute Staff

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Cunningham, Kelly Join Institute Staff Judy Cunningham and Carolyn Kelly bring smarts, energy, and commitment to the Institute at a moment of intense transition.Judith Cunningham, one of the respected grassroots environmental advocates in northwest Michigan, and Carolyn Kelly, who last year served as a reporter on our news desk, have joined the staff of the Michigan Land Use Institute.Judy and Carolyn, who bring the number of full-time Institute professionals to 16, are at the leading edge of a breaking wave of new staff to support the organization.Judy and Carolyn have the talent and drive to take us places.That clearly is the case with Judy, who has accomplished exceptional public interest work in Benzie and Manistee Counties.We've known Judy a long time, ever since the early 1990s when the Institute's predecessor organization, the Michigan Communities Land Use Coalition, was just getting started.Judy was one of our most active supporters in Manistee County. At the time Judy was the program coordinator for the Manistee Area Public Schools and organized a collaboration between industry, educators, students, and local governments in Manistee to recycle paper in four county school districts.The trash-to-cash project collected 1,200 tons of paper and returned almost $30,000 annually to youth activities in Brethren, Bear Lake, Onekama, and the public and Catholic high schools in Manistee.In the late 1990s, as the program coordinator for Lakeshore Enterprises, Judy helped to organize a similar school-based paper recycling program in Benzie County. Judy convened 200 students for the first Manistee County regional youth environmental conference, which the Institute co-sponsored in 2003.She was a leader in the 2004 citizen campaign to block a coal-fired power plant in Manistee and develop a cleaner alternative regional energy strategy.She now serves as the Institute representative on a committee organizing the first Michigan Renewable Energy Fair, to be held in Manistee County next June."I feel passionately about the changes we need to make in our world view and the way we live if we are to survive," said Judy, a graduate of Michigan State University who lives in an energy-efficient and resource-conserving straw bale house she built herself in Bear Lake.Carolyn and Judy, welcome aboard.


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