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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Keeping It Clean

Keeping It Clean engages citizens of all ages in trash clean-ups throughout the Clinton River Watershed and along the Lake St. Clair shoreline. Weekly Clean events take place every Wednesday and each week is dedicated to a different location. Clinton Clean Up is a watershed event that takes place every September.

Adopt-A-Stream

Adopt-A-Stream empowers community members to protect local streams and rivers through water quality monitoring. Citizen involvement in water quality monitoring activities has resulted in positive change across the nation, the state, and right here in the Clinton River watershed.

Join Us for an Event!

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

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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WINNER of CRWC’s 2016 RIVER DAY LOGO CONTEST

April 27th, 2016|Comments Off on WINNER of CRWC’s 2016 RIVER DAY LOGO CONTEST

WINNER of CRWC’s 2016 RIVER DAY LOGO CONTEST The Clinton River Watershed Council’s 18th Annual River Day Logo is designed to promote River Day along with Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend and Southeast Michigan’s annual Water [...]

Cleaning up the past for a brighter, ‘bluer’ economic future in Michigan

March 29th, 2016|Comments Off on Cleaning up the past for a brighter, ‘bluer’ economic future in Michigan

These days, there's plenty of optimistic talk on the potential of Michigan's "blue economy"—the idea that the economic future of the state rests on its greatest natural resource: the Great Lakes. Economic developers and government [...]

Clean water teams with craft beer

September 2nd, 2015|Comments Off on Clean water teams with craft beer

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