HRWC concentrates on four main areas of concern.
1. Watershed Science: HRWC runs several scientific programs designed to gauge the health of the land and water throughout the watershed.
2. Watershed Managment: This is the area where watershed science meets watershed policy. HRWC engages in a number of projects to utilize data on the health of the watershed and its component parts to focus on key stressors and develop and then implement management plans to address problems.
3. Education and Stewardship: HRWC works to inspire change in attitudes and actions of the residents of the Huron River Watershed. We desire to show residents that their actions can make a difference for the watershed, both positively and negatively!