The next Middle Huron Initiative and Partners meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 13 at 3:00 pm at the Washtenaw County Building, 705 N. Zeeb Rd., Ann Arbor, 48107; Room 1104.
The Middle Huron Program sets actions to reduce pollution in the middle section of the Huron River Watershed. Phosphorus is the primary pollutant of focus for the program. The program is a voluntary partnership of local governments.
In general, the overall action plan calls for the partners to:
- Improve monitoring and modeling for nutrient sources (both phosphorus and nitrogen), which act as pollutants;
- Support increased research and monitoring;
- Support watershed education and planning;
- Assist landowners and local governments to engage in practices to reduce the amount of phosphorus, and other pollutants, entering the river;
- Upgrade sewage and wastewater treatment facilities and improve their operation; and
- Provide a source of support to test innovative ideas to reduce phosphorus pollution.
To get more information on the Middle Huron Program, select from below:
- What is the program’s history and background?
- What does the Middle Huron program hope to accomplish?
- What successes has the Middle Huron program had thus far?
- How is the Middle Huron program funded?
- What pollutants does the Middle Huron program tackle?
- How is the monitoring data collected?
- Who is the HRWC contact person for the Middle Huron program?
- Reports and Data