Clinton River Watershed Council

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Workshops/Meetings Scheduled

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 Creating Eco-Friendly Landscapes in Your Yard

 

 

This workshop is intended for those with little to no experience gardening with native plants.

• Learn how to design a garden with native wildflowers and plants

• Help protect water resources and manage stormwater runoff

• Learn how to attract beneficial birds and butterflies to your garden

Participants should bring a sketch and photos of their yard.

Click here for the official Flyer

Program Dates & Locations: Oakland County:

Monday, May 12

6:00 to 8:30 PM

Oakland County Executive Office Building Conference Center

2100 Pontiac Lake Road

Waterford, MI 48328

To register, visit: http://events.anr.msu.edu/ecolanscapes14/ For more information or assistance, call 586-469-6440, or email msue50@msu.edu

This event is FREE to attend. However, pre-registration is required to insure enough hand out materials and space is limited.

 

Click here to go to the Clinton River Watershed Council's Calendar of Events

Rain Gardens and Rain Barrels Presentation

On  June 21st, 2012 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. the Clinton River Watershed Council  (CRWC) will hold a free Rain Gardens and Rain Barrels Presentation at the  Rochester Hills Public Library, 500 Olde Towne Road, Rochester, MI.

Click here to download the Press Release


PONTIAC WATER RESOURCES PUBLIC SURVEY

As part of the Public Participation Plan (PPP) of the Stormwater Management Program, the Clinton River Watershed Council needs your input.

Click here to take the online survey or Click here to download the survey to complete and mail


Otto the Otter in: "Otto's Great Watershed Rescue"

ottotheotterThe City of Pontiac is proud to support the Clinton River Watershed Council in its efforts to protect, enhance, and celebrate the Pontiac Creek Watershed, a tributary to the Clinton River Watershed. Our new mascot, Otto the River Otter, teaches children important lessons about identifying sources of pollution and demonstrates how they can be good stewards of our local rivers, streams, and lakes. We’ve developed a fun and informative video game that not only entertains, but also educates. Click on the link below to help Otto battle polluting monsters, pick up trash, and score points for the environment! We all need to do everything we can to keep the watershed clean.  This program was funded by a grant through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment (MDNRE)

Click here to play the game | Click here to read the press release