Water Resources Commissioner
2 hour events: Noon to 2pm OR 2-4pm Discover how to identify bugs and animals that live in the Huron River watershed and figure out what makes a stretch of river healthy or unhealthy by identifying the creatures that live there. Separate them into look-alike groups and then an expert will identify them with you. You will record the data and compare the results to last year. It takes about two hours. (Each child must be accompanied by an adult.)
Applications are due October 29, 2014.
Read a personal account of how a rain garden helped reduce flooding in an Ann Arbor resident's basement.
Working in partnership with the City of Ann Arbor and the Leslie Park Golf Course, we have completed a yearlong restoration of Traver Creek. This $1.7 million project reduces sediment, phosphorus and polluted runoff entering the Huron River from the 4600-acre Traver Creek watershed.