With the aim of inspiring you to enjoy and protect the Huron River, the 2023 printed wall calendar celebrates the 22 major creeksheds that flow into our home river. All contribute to the quality of life and the quality of the river’s water, providing habitat for a wide range of plants and animals in their streams, lakes, and wetlands.
Each month includes a profile of a creek in our watershed, highlighting its unique features, characteristics, and stories. Learn more about your creekshed’s history, health and environmental successes and challenges with HRWC’s Info Stream.
As always, the calendar features stunning photography, stormwater pollution prevention tips and local clean water resources. It is our hope that you will take part in creating a healthier river and watersheds for the future.
HOW TO GET YOUR CALENDAR
Ann Arbor, Dexter, Green Oak Township, Village of Pinckney, and the City of Brighton have mailed the calendar to households in their communities.
These partners are distributing calendars at their customer service counters:
Ann Arbor Charter Township
Ann Arbor Public Schools
Barton Hills Village
City of Ann Arbor
City of Belleville
City of Brighton
City of Chelsea
City of Dexter
City of Ypsilanti
Eastern Michigan University
Green Oak Township
Huron Clinton Metroparks
Livingston County Drain Commissioner
Livingston County Road Commission
Pittsfield Charter Township
Superior Charter Township
University of Michigan, Environment, Health & Safety
VA Ann Arbor Health Care System
Village of Pinckney
Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner
Washtenaw County Road Commission
Ypsilanti Charter Township
From HRWC by mail or appointment:
Contact Marisa Salice at email@example.com with your address to get one by mail OR to make an appointment to pick one up from HRWC. Our new office is located at 117 N. First St in Downtown Ann Arbor!
THANK YOU… TO EVERYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THIS CALENDAR!
A special thank you to HRWC’s staff ecologist, Paul Steen, for his expertise on selecting the featured creeksheds in the calendar.
The communities, organizations and individuals that support the calendar are committed to protecting water quality and securing our watershed as a permanent source of drinking water, natural beauty and diverse recreational opportunities.
We are grateful to each of them and to the following contributors:
Feature Photographers: Daniel A. Brown, Dee Dorsey, Lori Franzen, Terence Hewitt, John Lloyd, Keith Matz.
Graphic Design: Mary Christianson – Christianson Design
Copy Editing: Linda Fitzgerald – Fitzgerald Communications