Knight Center for Environmental Journalism

Bad Company

The Great Lakes system of locks and canals opened up the region to more than just economic opportunities; it also paved the way for hundreds of destructive invasive species.

Their untold negative impacts on the region’s ecology and economy have led some to consider them “bad company.”

The Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University examines the history of Great Lakes invasive species in its fourth documentary: Bad Company. Instructor Lou D’Aria and journalism student Matt Mikus co-produced the one-hour documentary with help from associate producer Rachael Gleason and a handful of additional Michigan State students.

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For more information on how to order a DVD copy of Dying to be Heard, contact the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University.

Knight Center for Environmental Journalism
382 Communication Arts and Sciences
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1212

Administrative Assistant
Barb Miller
517-432-1415
Fax: 517-355-7710
mille384@msu.edu

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