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MWEA Michigan Watershed Summit 2020

*In-person event is cancelled and is being replaced by a series of lunch and learns on Wednesdays between July 15th and August 12th. More information will be available soon.

The purpose of this summit is to:

Bring together as many of Michigan's watershed groups as possible

Provide an opportunity for speakers from other organizations to share information and updates

Give groups a chance to interact with and learn from each other

Facilitate discussion on current status, concerns, and outlooks regarding Michigan's water environment.

Red Cedar River Clean-up

Saturday August 29th, 2020
9:00am - 1:00pm

McCormick Park, Williamston

A lot of work is going into making the Red Cedar River navigable between Williamston and Okemos. The Ingham Conservation District is spearheading this cleanup to make sure this newly opened stretch of river is free of trash and debris. Michigan United Conservation Clubs On the Water program will be providing many of the supplies for the event . Rivertown Adventure will be providing kayaks and canoes. We appreciate the support of the City of Williamston for letting us gather at McCormick Park and for the support of our many partners including the newly formed Friends of the Red Cedar group. COVID-19 may impact how this event unfolds. Registered volunteers will receive email updates as needed.


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The GLRC is supported by the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission
3135 Pine Tree Rd. Suite 2C, Lansing, MI 48911