What’s New With WaterTowns
CRWC is committed to the preparing communities for Climate Change by educating our community leaders, our stakeholders and citizens so we may make informed decisions to protect and improve the health of the Clinton River, assuring that it’s 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. We are also working with our communties to develop ordinances that will help protect and enhance our natural assets throughout the watershed.
CRWC was recently awarded a Coastal Zone Mangement Grant from the Michigan DEQ that will help to further promote the development of access to recreation for all with planning and design for universal public access, kayak lockers, kiosks, expanded mapping to include a water proof paddlers guide and a developed outreach/stewardship initiative.
- Award WaterTowns™ communities mini grants to implement green infrastructure projects
- Expand WaterTowns™ planning efforts in new communities along the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair.
- Increase access to recreational opportunities for all
- Assist communities in climate resilience planning and preparedness
WaterTowns In the News
- “Officials Unveil Kayak Locker in Rochester”
- “Waterhub to be added under the Clinton River Bridge”
- “Residents along Clinton River Give Input for Water Trails”
- Rochester Site of First WaterTown Hub