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Stanley Spisiak: A Voice for the Water

  • Aired: 05/13/2014
  • 05:20
  • Rating: TV-G
Stanley Spisiak was a local jeweler in Buffalo who had a passion for the outdoors and particularly for the water. He was an advocate for the waters of Western New York long before it was common or popular to speak out about environmental concerns. His actions laid the ground for the path to recovery of the Buffalo River and Lake Erie. Meet Spisiak and his grand-niece Jill Spisiak Jedlicka.
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Stanley Spisiak was an advocate for the water of WNY long before environmental activism.
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Funding for “If Our Water Could Talk” is provided by HSBC and Honeywell. With additional funding from The Joy Family Foundation and Lawley Insurance.
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