This collaboration of organizations and people worked together to engage the watershed’s community to empower new and existing river stewards.
Author: SWMTU Admin
In the Winter issue of Trout Magazine, author Dave Karczynski featured three coldwater projects that could face elimination if the presidential budget cuts funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. One of those projects is the Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative headed by our own Nichol DeMol.
Help keep raw sewage out of ground and drinking water by supporting the Barry-Eaton District Health Department.
As a TU member, you probably know the birthplace of the organization was on the banks of the Au Sable River. Thanks to a recent segment on Michigan Public Radio, even more people know the background.
There are some areas of Buck Creek that are over-run with garbage in the water and along the banks. If interested in participating, please contact Pete at 517-420-4003.
Watch the video to to see some of the many familiar faces and programs that make Michigan a great state to fish.
With the summer moving right along, let us remind you about a section of the DNR’s website that can help you find great places to go fishing in Michigan.
The DNR's Fisheries Division stocked a total of 19,382,390 fish that weighed 383 tons and consisted of 10 different species and one hybrid. To complete this task, it took nearly 400 stocking trips to 739 stocking sites.
Everyone’s welcome to join us in this effort of keeping the Muskegon River clean. This year’s goal is to beat last year’s 4,417 containers removed from the river. To be eligible for give-a-ways and the cook out, you must register at Bridgeton Boat Launch on the day of the clean-up. Launching begins at 10:00 am on Saturday, July 19.
The SWMTU Chapter has voted in a slate of returning and new board of director members, and the board has elected new leadership for 2014-15.