Watershed events

Watershed Events

 
      Watershed Spring               

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

Facebook: Clinton River Watershed Council
Twitter: @clintonriverWC
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www.crwc.org
(248) 601-0606
contact@crwc.org

                                                                                                                                                                      
ONGOING
              2022 WEEKLY CLEAN PROGRAM

Weekly Clean occurs every Wednesday from April-November. Locations will be posted online in advance (prior registration is not required, unless a large group plans on attending). Weekly Cleans are open to individuals of all ages and skill levels.

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF UPCOMING SITES AND LOCATION MAP:  

ONGOING
CRWC'S SALT WATCH VIDEO
 
Even though we had to cancel our Spring Adopt-A-Stream monitoring, we still wanted to share this instructional video we created earlier this year about our new Salt Watch initiative. We added new test supplies to our Adopt-A-Stream volunteer kits to monitor chloride levels in the river at all our sites. This is part of a national effort of the Izaak Walton League of America to monitor the impacts of road salt on rivers across the U.S. 

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Oct 13 VOLUNTEER SEED COLLECTION TRAINING

CRWC OFFICE
1115 W. Avon Rd
Rochester Hills 

Attendees will be trained on the benefits of native landscaping related to water quality. 

To register visit https://www.crwc.org/

Oct 15 VOLUNTEER SEED COLLECTION WORKSHOP

CRWC OFFICE
1115 W. Avon Rd
Rochester Hills 

Attendees will help collect seed from native plants along the Avon Creek restoration area in Rochester Hills. Volunteers will receive a complimentary native seed packet to take home. Collected seed will be used to supplement restoration projects and as a resource for CRWC and partner educational workshops. 

Volunteers must have participated in the seed collection training.

To register visit https://www.crwc.org/