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Semi-Annual Spring Meeting

Where:  Cabela's in Dundee, MI

                             When:        April 22nd, 2015

           Refreshments-5:30 PM

              Official Program-6:00 PM

Join us to celebrate Earth Day!

"Watching Wildlife in the Watershed"

 Carley Kratz, RRWCProgram Director
Water-Trails Map and Adopt-A-Stream Update

Jeffrey Braunscheidel, DNR Senior Fisheries Biologist
Fish That Can Be Found in the River Raisin Watershed

Francie Krawcke & Dody Wyman, Leslie Science and Nature Center
River Raisin Raptors

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.

Watershed Map

River Raisin Watershed

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This map includes water trails on the River Raisin and Saline River.  The length of each trail is estimated in miles.  Simply click on a trail to see where it begins and ends, in addition to its length.  

Access points for getting in and out of the river have been identified.  Click on each park to see the address.  Our Google maps version of the parks can help you plan your route to and from the river, and gives websites for each park.  

Remember to wear your personal flotation devices and check your equipment before heading out  to safely enjoy your paddle or fishing experience.  Trespassing on personal property is illegal.  You must pay the River Raisin Canoe Livery (near Dundee) for dock rental if you intend to stop there.  

This map is a work in progress.  Sections around US-23 have been omitted due to heavy automobile traffic.  We will be adding more information about possible obstructions throughout the river such as rapids and log jams.  Your feedback is very important to this process, and we would love to hear from you!

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.


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





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