Happy Fall! Isn't the Pine River beautiful this time of year?
Thank you for visiting the St. Clair County website for watershed planning activities. We are proud to lead the Northeastern Watersheds, the Anchor Bay, and the Belle River Watershed groups.
As a leader of these groups, we partner with St. Clair County communities and school districts to meet federal regulations from the Clean Water Act requiring improvements in storm water quality. Our watershed groups are committed to protecting, enhancing and celebrating our rivers.
Look through our website for more information about local efforts to improve water quality and to check out family activities that help support these clean water initiatives. Have a concern, comment or question related to water quality? We'd love to hear from you!Thanks for stopping by!
September 18 - "The St. Clair River Area of Concern Symposium: Bridging Environment and Economy". This is the second in a series of international symposiums aimed at delisting the St. Clair River as an Area of Concern. Hosted by the St. Clair River Binational Public Advisory Council and Friends of the St. Clair River
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Free
Hilton DoubleTree, Port Huron
To register, www.amiando.com/StClairRiver
October 8 - "Regional IDEP Training Workshop", hosted by St. Clair County Health Department and SEMCOG, provided by the Southeast Michigan Regional Illicit Discharge Elimination Program Training Plan. This workshop is available to communities within St. Clair, Macomb, Wayne, Oakland and Washtenaw counties
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Free
Seaway Terminal, Port Huron
To register by October 1, email firstname.lastname@example.org
November 20 - Northeastern Watersheds Advisory Group meeting
Open to the public
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Maritime Center, Port Huron