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CONSERVATION

NEWS 2016

MECOSTA AND OSCEOLA-LAKE

CONSERVATION DISTRICTS ANNUAL REPORT

SAVE THE

MILKWEED

FOR THE

MONARCHS!

tion Disposal Boxes

anted or expired medications for safe and

. Do not flush medications.

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or expir d m ications f r afe and

not flush medications.

Medication Disposal Boxes

Bring your unwanted or expired medications for safe and

proper disposal. Do not flush medications.

MONITOR—keep track of all

medications and number of re-

fills.

SECURE—lock up medications

in a safe place. Do not store

medications in bathrooms or

kitchen cabinets.

*70% of teens who abuse pre-

scription drugs say they get

them from family and friends.

DISPOSE—dispose of medica-

tions by turning them in to law

enforcement. Do not flush

medications down the toilet or

throw them in the garbage.

*Trace amounts of medications

LOCATIONS available during lobby hours:

Medication

Bring your unwanted or e

proper disposal. Do not

MONITOR—keep track of all

medications and number of re-

fills.

SECURE—lock up medications

in a safe place. Do not store

medications in bathrooms or

kitchen cabinets.

*70% of teens who abuse pre-

scription drugs say they get

them from family and friends.

DISPOSE—dispose of medica-

tions by turning them in to law

enforcement. Do not flush

medications down the toilet or

throw them in the garbage.

*Trace amounts of medications

are being found in our drinking

water

L

MECOS

SHERIF

BIG RAP

FSU DE

OSCEOL

SHERIF

For more information

contact:

Kim Livingston at

231-527-2000

Medication Disposal

Bring your unwanted or expired medications for

proper disposal. Do not flush medications.

MONITOR—keep track of all

medications and number of re-

fills.

SECURE—lock up medications

in a safe place. Do not store

medications in bathrooms or

kitchen cabinets.

*70% of teens who abuse pre-

scription drugs say they get

them from family and friends.

DISPOSE—dispose of medica-

tions by turning them in to law

enforcement. Do not flush

medications down the toilet or

throw them in the garbage.

*Trace amounts of medications

are being found in our drinking

water

LOCATIONS avail ble during lo

MECOSTA COUNTY:

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

BIG RAPIDS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLI

FSU DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFET

OSCEOLA COUNTY:

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

REED CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

EVART POLICE DEPARTMENT

For more information

contact:

Kim Livingston at

231-527-2000

LOCATIONS AVAILABLE

DURING LOBBY HOURS:

Mecosta County:

Sheriff’s Department

Big Rapids Department Of

Public Safety

FSU Department Of Public

Safety

Osceola County:

Sheriff’s Department

Reed City Police Department

Evart Police Department