Watershed Groups

 

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Bass River Deer Creek Restoration Project

The Bass River Deer Creek Restoration Project was developed to address water quality issues in the Bass River and Deer Creek. The primary goal of the project is to reduce E Coli contamination in both bodies of water.

contact: Carla Kocher

Assistant Director
e: carla.kocher@macd.org
p: 616-846-5852 x125

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Bear creek Watershed Project

The Bear Creek Watershed Council grew from the Bear Creek Committee. The Council was formed as of May 14, 2009 and meets quarterly at 6 p.m. at Cannon Township Center. The public is welcome! 

contact: Julie Lovelace

Zoning Administrator/Watershed Assistant
e: jlovelace@cannontwp.orgp: 616-874-6966

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Crockery Lake Association

contact: webpage

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Flat River Watershed Group

The council meets every third Monday of the month at the Main Street Inn of Lowell.  Meeting commence at 6:30 pm.
 

contact: Connie Redding

Project Coordinator
e: administrator@kentconservation.org
p: 616-942-4111 x100

 

Friends of Buck Creek

contact: facebook group page

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Friends of Indian Mill Creek

Subscribe to the Indian Mill Creek blog here

Subscribe to the Friends of Indian Mill Creek Newsletter here

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Ionia Conservation District - Lake Creek

contact: Kaitlyn Kiessling

Watershed Coordinator
e: kaitlyn.kiessling@mi.nacdnet.net
p: 616-527-2620 ext. 118

 
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Plaster Creek Stewards

Plaster Creek Stewards is a collaboration of Calvin College faculty and staff working with local churches and community partners to restore health and beauty to the Plaster Creek Watershed.

Contact: Gail Heffner

Director of Community Engagement
e: gheffner@calvin.edu.
p: 616.526.6940

 
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Rogue River Watershed Partners

The Rogue River Watershed Partners (RRWP) was established in 2001 as part of a watershed project by GVSU's Annis Water Resources Institute to help preserve and protect the watershed, educate, organize volunteers, and disseminate information about current issues within the watershed. The council holds regular monthly meetings, as well as special events and seminars.

Contact: Brett Vredevogt

Chair
e: rrwpartners@gmail.com

Thornapple River Watershed Council

Mission To protect, preserve and enhance the quality, aesthetic and recreational value of the Thornapple River Watershed through education, planning and management.