Fresh water is Michigan's greatest economic resource. 

 

97% of all fresh water in North America's lies in the Great Lakes Basin. It is, by far, Michigan's most precious commodity. 

Over 95% of the planet's potash reserves lie outside of the United States. Economically, there is scant demand for potash, even poorer outlook, and a virtually limitless amount of it beyond U.S. borders. 

Neither the Michigan Potash Company nor its CEO and owner - Theodore Pagano of Denver, Colorado - have any ties to the state of Michigan.

The USGS data declaring the value of potash in Michigan's Evart Township to be an estimated $65 billion was derived from Theodore Pagano's own speculation. 

The Michigan Potash Company has never built a potash mine. 

 

 

 

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