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Camp Grayling Restoration Advisory Board (RAB): Home

This guide will provide information to interested parties about the issue of polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the Grayling, Michigan area.

General Information

Welcome to the Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) website. The purpose of this site is to keep the Grayling community up to date on all RAB activities and informed on the progress of the continuing PFAS investigation.

All information provided below about RABs comes directly from the Department of Defense Restoration Advisory Board Rule Handbook (see link below for document).

The Department of Defense (DoD) encourages community involvement in the environmental restoration process through Restoration Advisory Boards (RABs). Since 1994, RABs have been established at over 300 military installations and properties in the United States and its territories to encourage communities and installations to identify and discuss potential environmental restoration issues. By facilitating open communication and understanding, RABs serve as a forum for discussion among the parties involved in the Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP) at affected sites and installations. RABs provide a collaborative forum for the community, government agencies, tribes, and installation decision makers to discuss and identify the most efficient and productive means to restore the environment.

Contact the Camp Grayling RAB at

PFAS Investigation Locations

Visit the Michigan PFAS Action Response (MPART) website at: for more information.

RAB site map

RAB Meeting

RAB meetings typically take place monthly, however, they don’t always occur on the same day and time each month. Please check back often for the most current meeting dates, times, and locations.  

Date:     Tuesday, February 6, 2024
Time:     6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Grayling Township Hall - 2090 Viking Way, Grayling, MI 49738 

Zoom link: 

Agenda: The agenda for this meeting will include a discussion with the community about recent events pertaining to Camp Grayling and the ongoing PFAS investigations. This meeting will address PFAS issues only. National Guard Bureau, Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services will be available speak with the RAB and members of the public regarding PFAS-related issues including risk assessments, whole house filters, and TAPP grant updates.

Please direct questions to: Chris Dohrmann, Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs,, 517-897-3399

DoD’s Environmental Cleanup Communication & Outreach Initiative (ECCOI) - 2023