Michigan Clean Water Activist Wins 2010 Goldman Prize
Lynn Henning, a family farmer and self-described "redneck" from Clayton, Michigan, is a 2010 recipient of the Goldman Environmental Prize.
Henning, 52, boarded an airplane for only the second time in her life this week to travel to San Francisco, where she received her award on April 19 along with five other winners. The Goldman Prize is awarded to grassroots environmental heroes in the world's six inhabited continental regions: Africa, Asia, Europe, Islands and Island Nations, South America, and North America.
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