Fraser Sinkhole

By | January 4th, 2017|Updates & Announcements|

CRWC has had many inquiries from residents of the watershed regarding the recent sinkhole in Fraser, MI - a community within the Clinton River Watershed. We are in communication with the Macomb County Public Works Office to try and get some updates. We too are very concerned about raw sewage being discharged into the Clinton [...]

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A Message From Our Office:

By | August 25th, 2016|Updates & Announcements|

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 Lakes tributaries. Prior to this article, the watershed council along with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality was unaware that [...]

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

By | June 29th, 2016|Updates & Announcements|

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 protection issues. James Burton James is a Vice President at Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. in Bloomfield Hills. He provides [...]

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Teamwork Cleans Up Creek

By | May 24th, 2016|Updates & Announcements|

ROCHESTER HILLS — The Paint Creek is one of the few remaining coldwater-designated trout streams in southeast Michigan, and it’s a popular spot for fly-fishing enthusiasts. To protect, enhance and promote the natural resource, the Clinton River Watershed Council has teamed with several organizations to create the Clinton River Coldwater Conservation Project. Team members include [...]

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