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Paddle Trips on the Huron River - 2014


SUMMER PADDLE TRIPS ON THE HURON RIVER! Experience nature and learn about the river’s ecology and history. Paddle trips scheduled throughout the summer -- through September, with the Huron River Watershed Council. Next trip -Sunday, September 21; Paddle/Pedal trip - Hudson Mills to Dexter-Huron Metropark (and biking back)

Paddle Trip - HRWC

Experience the quiet waters of the Huron River with expert paddlers Ron Sell, Barry Lonik, and the HRWC staff.  Each trip includes discussion regarding the river’s water ecology, history, and unique features. Shuttle transportation is provided. Bring your own watercraft, gear, food, drinking water and appropriate clothing for the weather. Every paddler must wear a flotation device – bring your own.

Advanced registration is required and is limited to 10 watercrafts for each trip. 

Registration and cost information can be found HERE.


  • Sunday, September 21 - Paddle/Pedal trip;  Hudson Mills to Dexter-Huron Metropark (and biking back)


 Did you know. . .?

WCWRCWashtenaw County is situated within six different watersheds:

            • Huron River (55%)
            • River Raisin (28%)
            • Stony Creek (10%)
            • Rouge River (5%)
            • Swan Creek (1%)
            • Grand River (1%)

The Water Resources Commissioner's Office is a member of many watershed and creekshed groups which work to protect the quality of our rivers, creeks, streams and wetlands, including the Huron River Watershed Council.

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Environmental Excellence Partnership Program

We are launching a new program to assist businesses and non-profit organizations in recognizing, developing and implementing environmentally sound behavior in the areas of water quality protection, waste reduction & recycling and pollution prevention. There are three opportunities for participation:

  1. Community Partners for Clean Streams
  2. Pollution Prevention
  3. Waste Knot

Participation in more than one program is welcome and encouraged! Learn more on our brand new E2P2 website.

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