This collaboration of organizations and people worked together to engage the watershed’s community to empower new and existing river stewards.
Volunteers needed for White River Cleanup
Schrems West Michigan Trout Unlimited and the White River Watershed Collaborative will host a stream cleanup event on Saturday, September 24, 2022.
White River cleanup set for May 14
Please register for this important cleanup on the White River.
Webinar: Update on White River watershed
In this webinar, TU's Jake Lemon shows us the data available on the White River, and where the gaps are. TU is tracking things like water temperature, stream crossings, and woody debris.
White River webinar on March 16
SWMTU and national Trout Unlimited in Michigan are placing extra focus on the White River. That means coordinating stakeholders, conducting monitoring efforts, and implementing projects in the watershed.
TU asks “Is the White River the next famous Michigan trout water?”
Because of its amazing potential, TU and many other stakeholders are putting a lot of effort in restoring the White River.
White River gets attention from national TU
Major restoration happened at Diamond Point to stabilize an eroding bank and failing retaining wall.
Your support of the Coldwater River floats our boats!
The chapter raised a total of $6,815 for conservation management on the Coldwater River.
Please support the Embrace-A-Stream Challenge between November 8-14
With your help, we believe we can double the $2,100 grant and get $1,000 from Orvis.
Coldwater River awarded another Embrace-A-Stream Grant
The $2,100 grant will go toward the Coldwater River Monitoring Project, specifically to cover the cost of temperature loggers placed in the river.