Spring               

CLINTON RIVER WATERSHED EVENTS
for more information and to register for events listed below, please contact:
 Clinton River Watershed Council Events

Weekly Clean is CRWC's weekly volunteer stewardship
open to all members of our watershed communities
When: Every Wednesday10am-12pm
Where: It's different every week! Check our website for details on upcoming locations
   

April 2017

3

Adopt-A-Stream Basic Volunteer Trainings, April 3rd, 6pm-9pm 
Macomb Township Recreation Center- 20699 Macomb Dr. Macomb, MI 48042

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
To register, please contact CRWC by phone or email 
248-601-0606 or registration@crwc.org
6 CRWC Annual Meeting. Theme: Restoration & Recreation
Shelby Gardens, Shelby Twp, MI

RSVP IS REQUIRED!
For more information, please contact CRWC by phone or email: 248-601-0606 or contact@crwc.org
12  Adopt-A-Stream Basic Volunteer Trainings, April 12th, 6pm-9pm
Sterling Heights Fire Department- 41625 Ryan Dr., Sterling Heights, MI 48314

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
To register, please contact CRWC by phone or email 
248-601-0606 or registration@crwc.org
22  Adopt-A- Stream Baic Volunteer Trainings, April 22, 9:30am-2:30pm
CRWC Office- 1115 W. Avon Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
To register, please contact CRWC by phone or email 
248-601-0606 or registration@crwc.org
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REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
To register, please contact CRWC by phone or email 
248-601-0606 or registration@crwc.org
 14  Stream Ecology in the Clinton River
The effects of stormwater pollution on the Clinton River's ecology
11:30am - 12:30pm CRWC Office
1115 W Avon, Rochester Hills
 27  Rain Gardens & Water Quality
How to use native plants and rain gardens to improve and protect water quality in your community and the watershed
6:30pm - 8:00pm Clarkston United Methodist Church
6600 Waldon Rd, Village of Clarkston

June 2017

 10  RIVER DAY

River Day is designed to encourage appreciation and recreational use of the waterways of the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair, and to celebrate the leadership of local citizens, organizations, and communities whose efforts are critical to protecting and enhancing the overall quality of the ClintonRiver watershed.