Contact us…

1300 Bluff Street
Suite 114
Flint, MI 48504
Ph: 810.767.6490

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We Would Like to Thank You!

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Friday, November 10th, 7:30 to 9:30. 1300 Bluff Street, Flint, MI 48504


 Join us for breakfast on Friday, November 10th – 7:30 to 9:30 AM. This is our chance to say THANKS to all the wonderful donors, members, volunteers, and supporters of the Flint River Watershed Coalition.

Tour our “new” office space (we’re celebrating our one year anniversary in our new location!). Hear about some exciting developments for the organization. Enjoy yummy and locally sourced food and “mock-tails” before you head into work. And enter to win a free paddling excursion down the river! See you on the 10th!


We’re Hiring!

nowhiringIf you, or someone you know, is looking to get a career started in the environmental nonprofit world, send them our way. We have two exciting new opportunities to join our staff.

Stewardship Program Manager – Full time, $15-20/hour, depending on experience and education.

Education Program Manager – Full time, $15-20/hour, depending on experience and education.


Interested applicants, please email your resume to No phone calls, please. Preference will be given to resumes received by November 17th.

The FRWC is an equal opportunity employer. You can read our non-discrimination policy here.


2017 Stewardship Day was a blast!!

Thank you to all our volunteers and sponsors for a great day of watershed stewardship. On Saturday April 29th is the 2017 Flint River Stewardship Day (formerly the Flint River & Community Cleanup) was held at 15 sites across Genesee and Lapeer Counties. This year we have added new sites and new activities, like the Rain Barrel Workshop!

Click here or on the map below for information about each site – location/directions, activities planned, and partner organizations.

Volunteer Appreciation lunches at noon at Vietnam Veterans’ Park in Genesee County and Cramton Park in Lapeer County.


 Consumers Energy Clean Up – Downtown Flint

consumers clean upWe’ve received several questions about the tree cutting along the Flint River in downtown Flint. This clearing is to make way for a clean up of the river between the Hamilton Dam and 5th Ave. You can read all about the project on the Consumers Energy info site.


DEQ’s Project Fact Sheet

Consumers Energy’s Project Fact Sheet






The Flint River: an undiscovered treasure.

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




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 is now available!

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

Share your photos with us on Facebook or YouTube Channel

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!