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The River Raisin Watershed Council is a nonprofit membership organization with a growing constituency of individuals, businesses, municipalities and community groups seeking to protect the natural resources of the watershed.            

Working in partnership with these diverse interests, RRWC acts as a catalyst to improve the watershed environment through planning, advocacy, education, science, and protection of watershed lands.

We combine watershed science and land use planning as a framework for decision-making.

Our Board of Directors represents varied interests in the watershed and carries out governance, while work is coordinated and implemented by a professional staff and many volunteers.

Since its creation, the RRWC has experienced many changes. These changes include the passing of new bylaws, the formation of new policies, and the development of new partnerships.  

In 2009 we published the Watershed Management Plan.  This document is a great resource that can be used and cited by anyone interested in the River Raisin Watershed.

Current Membership 2014 Map

Watershed Map

River Raisin Watershed

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River Raisin Parks Minimize

This map includes most of the parks with public access to the River Raisin and other bodies of water within the watershed.  Use it as a resource when planning your next adventure.

Save the Date

River Raisin Watershed Council

Spring Meeting

April 23, 2014

6:30-9 PM

A.J. Smith Center

800 N. Evans St. Tecumseh, MI

Executive Board Meeting
May 13, 2014 - 3:00 PM
Tecumseh Police Meeting Room - City Hall
309 E. Chicago Blvd.
Tecumseh, MI


Message From The Coordinator Minimize

Hello!  My name is Carley Kratz and I am the new coordinator. 

I grew up near the River Raisin in Bridgewater Township, near Manchester and Clinton.  I attended the University of Michigan, graduating in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in the Program in the Environment, specializing in botany.  I then moved to the Upper Peninsula, where I studied forestry and soil science at Michigan Technological University.  I will be graduating in May of 2014 with a Ph.D. in Forest Science.  

No matter how far from home I have traveled, the River Raisin has always been extremely important to me and the first thing that I visit upon returning.  I am very excited to be working with the watershed council to improve stewardship and share my love of the river with others.  I'm looking forward starting new outreach and volunteer programs for both children and adults.  Through the coming years, I will also be working on a new mycoremediation project, using fungi to keep nutrients out of the water and in the soil where they belong.     


 River Raisin Watershed Council
 320 Springbrook Ave., Suite 102
 Adrian, MI 49221






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