What Is Stream Leaders?
The mission of CRWC’s Stream Leaders program is to raise young people’s awareness of the importance of water quality in their community and to help cultivate a connection to a larger Great Lakes identity through the understanding of watersheds and the Great Lakes basin.
The stream leaders program uses a multidisciplinary, school-based approach that provides students with an educational experience in water quality monitoring, data interpretation, and pathways to citizen action and stewardship.
Who Is Participating?
All schools located within the Clinton River Watershed, Lake St. Clair Direct Drainage Area and Anchor Bay subwatershed are eligible to participate in this program. The program is best fit for Middle and High School age students.
Ways to Get Involved
Stream Leaders Spring 2017 Monitoring Data
amount of data represented on the map relies on the data that was submitted by participating schools to CRWC at the end of the Spring 2017 Stream Leaders monitoring season.