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  • Citizen's Guide to Cold Weather Practices
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  • Eight Questions to ask Your Lawn Care Service
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  • A Guide to Fall Lawn Care
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  • Landscaping for Water Quality
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  • A Citizen's Guide to Native Landscaping
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  • What does Water quality have to do with washing your car?
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  • Resolution of Support on Storm Water Pollution Control
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  • RV Holding Tank Dump Sites
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  • 2020 Clinton Cleanup Guide.pdf
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Clinton River Watershed Council 
The mission of the Clinton River Watershed Council is to protect, enhance, and celebrate the Clinton River, its watershed, and Lake St. Clair. Individual and community actions protect and improve the health of the Clinton River, assuring that its natural, economic, and recreational value enhances the quality of life of those who live, work, and play in the Clinton River watershed and Lake St. Clair.  For more information, Visit their Website.  For information on paddling safety, click here

2021 Sponsorship Flyer
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August 18, 2021 // *1:00pm-3:00pm // Buhl Lake, Addison Twp
August 25, 2021 // 10:00am-12:00pm // Gerald N. Donovan Park, Sterling Heights
September 1, 2021 // 10:00am-12:00pm // Yates Park, Rochester Hills
September 8, 2021 // 10:00am-12:00pm // Shaw Park, Warren
September 15, 2021 // 10:00am-12:00pm // Walter and Mary Burke Park, New Baltimore
September 22, 2021 // 10:00am-12:00pm // Rotary Park, Pontiac
September 29, 2021 // 10:00am-12:00pm // Baumgartner Park, Sterling Heights
 for a list of upcoming sites and location map!

CRWS 8.19.2021
CRWS - Free Training 8.31.2021 to 9.20.2021
CRWS 9.8.2021 to 11.10.2021

Live instruction via Zoom 6 - 8 PM on Wednesdays from September 8 through November 10, 2021
Now enrolling participants for 4 local learning cohorts: Capital Area Region, Oakland County, St. Clair County & Washtenaw County
Interested in joining a local cohort to learn about the foundations of Michigan conservation, the state's diverse terrestrial, wetland and aquatic ecosystems and natural communities, and how you can apply this knowledge at the local community conservation level? Instructors include both experts from Michigan State University Extension and Michigan Natural Features Inventory as well as diverse local conservation partners from Capital Area and Oakland, St. Clair and Washtenaw Counties. This virtual format combines weekly live instruction and online learning with locally focused and self-led field activities and completion of a Capstone project.
For complete program details, including online registration, please visit the Michigan Conservation Stewards Program page. Note: Enrollment is limited to 30 participants/location.
CRWS 9.18.2021
CRWS 9.18.2021

CRWS 10.21.2021
Program Includes:
CRWC Overview & 50th Anniversary kickoff
Appetizers, buffet dinner and open bar (beer & wine only) included.
Tickets: $40
Click here to purchase tickets
CRWS 10.21.2021-2
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