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400 N. Saginaw Street
Suite 233
Flint, MI 48502
Ph: 810.767.6490
Fax: 810.424.5484

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FRWC members are helping to create a healthy watershed for today, tomorrow, and always. You can become a Member or Renew by clicking on the "Donate Now" button!

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Join Us & Rediscover Your Flint River Watershed


Fedewa to Serve on City of Flint Water Advisory Committee

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:


February 2, 2015

Rover Gas Pipeline Changes Course: Route no longer includes Flint River Watershed



*** NEED TO KNOW ***

FRWC seeks to add clarity to debate over drinking water

Treatment process, not the Flint River, is source of chemicals in drinking water

Click here to learn more

The Flint River

The Flint River

Flint River Watershed Coalition Opposes Rover Pipeline Project

at Federal Scoping Meeting: “Pipeline is Unnecessary.”

Rebecca Fedewa, Executive Director of the Flint River Watershed Coalition, delivered comments at the December 10th Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Environmental Impact Statement Scoping Meeting held at the Holiday Inn Gateway Center in Flint Michigan.


Rebecca S. Fedewa Executive Director Flint River Watershed Coalition


Copies of Fedewa’s remarks are available at the following link:  2014.12.10.Fedewa FERC Comments


FRWC Board Passes Resolution Opposing Rover Gas Pipeline.

FERC Certification will grant this company powers of Eminent Domain.

Click here to read our resolution:

2014 October FRWC ET Rover Resolution

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is taking Public Comment

Make your voice heard in Washington DC!

ET Rover has proposed building a new natural gas pipeline from West Virginia, through Ohio and Michigan before ending near Sarnia, Ontario. They must first secure a certification from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.  Click on the Comment icon below to learn more about this project, the certification process and how to provide your comments to FERC.


Latest News about our Flint River in      Flint Journal MLive ICON

Flint must-reads


Love the pictures we post here and on Facebook?

We have taken the best of the best and put them into a calendar

so you can enjoy the beauty of the Flint River Watershed all year long!

We have a few copies remaining of our 2014 FRWC Calendar (February 2014 to January 2015)  The beautiful pictures featured in this calendar were taken by our members while out recreating or volunteering on our Flint River. The calendar costs $15 and can be picked up or mailed to you.

Contact Jaime Welch at or at 810-767-7140 to order yours today.

Mott Lake, 2013 Flint River Paddle

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 Summer 2014 issue of the Watershed  Reporter is now available.

Read our Summer 2014 Newsletter or visit the archives


FUN on the Flint River!

Make 2014 the year you rediscover your Flint River or one of its many beautiful tributaries.

See our calendar of events to get involved and have some fun!

Email your photos, videos, or stories to

Share your photos with us on Facebook or YouTube Channel

What to do with your fish from the Flint River?

YESYou can eat your catch. 

Check out the State of Michigan’s Eat Safe Fish website.

This site lists safe fish from around the state, including a page on the fish found in the Flint River.

Looking for a gift for a special someone?

Get the ones you love the gift of water quality with a membership to the Flint River Watershed Coalition.

Contact us here, or click the “Donate Now” button on the left side of the page.

We’ll send you or your recipient a lovely certificate letting them know they are now a full member of the FRWC.

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