This is the Clinton River Watershed

Thousands of lakes, ponds and wetlands. Hundreds of miles of clear, cold streams. Home to heron, trout and mink. A playground for fishing, paddling hiking and biking.
The gateway to lake St. Clair’s boating paradise.

760 Sq. Miles – 4 Counties – 72 Communities – 1.5 Million People

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Join us for the 15th Annual Clinton Clean-Up!

Are you passionate about clean water and looking to protect the water resources in your community? Come join CRWC and many other community groups, businesses and organizations in our efforts to keep the Clinton River and its watershed clean!

When is the 15th Annual Clinton Clean-up? September 24th, 2016

Please note: Events can be held on dates throughout the month of September

How can you get involved in these efforts? We need site recommendations, supplies donations, site coordinators and/or volunteers!

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Join Us for our annual Crafts on the Clinton!

The Annual Crafts on the Clinton Beer & Wine Tasting to benefit the Clinton River Watershed Council is set for Thursday, September 15, 2016 from 6pm to 9pm at the historic Yates Cider Mill.

Guests will have the opportunity to taste some of the best beer and wine selections that Michigan has to offer, while enjoying a summertime barbeque and listening to live music on the banks of the scenic Clinton River.

Proceeds raised benefit the CRWC programs and services provided to the 1.5 million people in our watershed.

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS AND EVENT INFORMATION! >>

Become A WaterTown

Through the WaterTowns™ initiative, the Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) provides community development support to municipal governments with the goal of leveraging the “placemaking” potential of the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair.

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A Message From Our Office:

August 25th, 2016|Comments Off on A Message From Our Office:

You may have recently read the articles in the Detroit Free Press and the C and G news (links below) that described the Clinton River as among the worst for organic pollutants among the Great [...]

Congratulations to CRWC Board of Director Jamie Burton for being MWEA’s WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR!

June 29th, 2016|Comments Off on Congratulations to CRWC Board of Director Jamie Burton for being MWEA’s WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR!

Congratulations to CRWC Board of Director Jamie Burton for being MWEA's WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR! This award recognizes an individual for their efforts in promoting activities and professionalism in watershed management and watershed [...]

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