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Now is the perfect time to get involved with protecting our freshwater resources with volunteer events, free training and education classes and family-friendly activities throughout the year!

For nearly 50 years, the Clinton River Watershed Council has been connecting communities to their freshwater resources through education, workshops and presentations.


The CRWC provides educational opportunities and technical expertise to a range of audiences including elected and appointed officials, city planners, engineers, municipal staff, businesses, residents and students of all ages. To schedule your free Stormwater Presentation or to learn more about this program, click here.


This free, public education campaign raises awareness and recognizes residents, homeowners and businesses within the Clinton River Watershed who incorporate best management practices to keep freshwater resources clean and healthy. To get started on your RiverSafe LakeSafe Survey or to learn more about this program, click here.


This program trains, equips and empowers residents of all ages to monitor and collect scientific data about their local creeks, streams and rivers. This volunteer-based initiative offers free training through the CRWC and helps address water quality issues in our region. To learn more about how to monitor water quality, click here.


For volunteers who are interested in learning more about aquatic insects and macroinvertebrates, the CRWC offers a free bug identification course through our Adopt-A-Stream Program. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to get “Bug ID Certified!”

available presentations

  • RiverSafe LakeSafe
  • Stormwater 101
  • Your Home. Your Community. Your Watershed.
  • Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
  • Septic Care and Maintenance
  • Protecting Water Quality in Winter
  • Rain Gardens and Rain Barrels
  • Green Infrastructure Systems
  • Native Landscaping for Pollinators and Clean Water
  • Enviroscape Demo




Upcoming Presentations



past recorded presentations



Recorded June 3, 2020
Click here to watch the presentation



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