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FRWC
1300 Bluff Street
Suite 114
Flint, MI 48504
Ph: 810.767.6490
info@FlintRiver.org

Listen Now – FRWC PSA

Click below to hear our new Flint River Watershed radio PSA!



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 Voice of the River Annual Celebration

Join us Thursday, January 25th for the Voice of the River Annual Celebration.

Located in historic Carriage Town in the recently and meticulously refurbished Factory One, this year’s event features great conversation, delicious food, awards, silent auction and raffles, and for the first time ever we’re located right on the Flint River.

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RSVP Requested, but tickets are available at the door. Contact ewesthoff@flintriver.org or 810-767-6490.

Order your tickets here.

This year’s award winners:

Joe Leonardi Leadership Award – Planning committee for 80’s In The Hole – Dr. Bobby Mukkamala, Tom Bade, Kathleen Gazall,  Hector Garcia, Heather Kale, Michelle Loper,  Jack Stock, Ted Valley.

Dr. Gary Pace Volunteer of the Year Award – Bruce Nieuwenhuis, co-chair of the Friends of the Flint River Trail chapter of the FRWC.

FRWC Service Awards – departing board members Derek Bradshaw, Amanda Braitwaite, Bettye Hendricks, and Terry Reechko.

Golden Gloves – join our online poll to vote for the most interesting item found during 2017’s Stewardship Day.

 

 


 

The Flint River: an undiscovered treasure.

The C. S. Mott Foundation produced a stunning video that captures the past, present, and future of our Flint River.

 


 

#ItsNotTheRiver

The Flint River is a vibrant ecosystem that supports a wide array of wildlife, from eagles to osprays, from walleye to small mouth bass, and caddisfly to water penny. The City of Flint drinking water crisis has cast the river in a negative light, but we have the data that shows this is not the case.IMG_4643

The Winter issue of the Watershed  Reporter and 2017 Annual Report is now available!Capture

Catching fish from the Flint River?

YESYou can eat some of your catch. Check out the State of Michigan’s Eat Safe Fish website. The site lists safe fish from around the state, including a page on the fish found in the Flint River Watershed. See the Eat Safe Fish -Southeast Michigan Guide for details.

FUN on the Flint River!FLOTILLA FUN

Make 2017 the year You Rediscover Our Flint River or one of its many beautiful tributaries. See our Calendar to get involved and have some fun! Email your photos, videos, or stories to info@FlintRiver.org

Share your photos with us on Facebook or YouTube Channel


 
Flint River Watershed Coalition

Partnering to Protect, Promote, and Improve the Flint River Watershed. 

The Flint River Watershed Coalition is a membership organization that promotes citizen stewardship of our natural resources by providing our members with the sources, knowledge, and capacity necessary to protect local water quality and watershed habitat. 

Thank you for supporting our Flint River Watershed!