A central Michigan organization has been awarded a federal grant to help restore the Great Lakes and its watersheds.
The Saginaw Bay Conservation and Development Center was awarded a $30,000 grant to work on the Cass River. Work will focus on things like streambank stabilization, fish habitat restoration and sediment reduction.
Host of 2014 Saginaw Bay watershed conference
A group of experts will gather in Saginaw this week to discuss ways to restore water quality in the Saginaw Bay watershed. Continue reading
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council service area-image provided by TOMWC website
A symposium is scheduled next month aimed at establishing communication between oil pipeline companies and residents of northern Michigan communities that the pipes run through. Continue reading
Too much of good thing can be a bad thing – this referring to excess phosphorus and muck accumulating at the bottom of Saginaw Bay.