Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9:00AM – Noon
We are looking for communities, clubs and organizations, businesses and individuals to join us from all corners of our seven-county Flint River Watershed to give the area a good Spring Cleaning to spruce up our rivers, lakes, creeks and communities for the season of fun ahead.
In the News…
February 17, 2015, Flint, Michigan: We are pleased to announce that Rebecca Fedewa, executive director of the Flint River Watershed Coalition, was invited to serve on the City of Flint’s Water Advisory Committee. With 7 years of experience leading the FRWC and an educational background in fisheries and wildlife, Fedewa is a strong and a reliable resource on the science of watersheds and rivers. She will bring a clear voice and science based facts to the discussion as the community looks for answers and solutions to consistently safe drinking water delivered by the city as well as the health status, care and enjoyment of our Flint River Watershed.
Last month, FRWC released a statement to add clarity to debate over drinking water. You can read the full statement at this link:http://goo.gl/ukRrhq
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FRWC seeks to add clarity to debate over drinking water
Treatment process, not the Flint River, is source of chemicals in drinking water
Flint River Watershed Coalition
Partnering to Protect, Preserve, 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!
The 2015 New Year issue of the Watershed Reporter is now available!
Make 2015 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
Catching fish from the Flint River?
YES…You 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 our Flint River Watershed.