Get your free wall calendar of Huron River nature photography and pollution prevention tips!

A picture of the cover of the 2024 Huron River Watershed Community Calendar containing a photo of a creek with blue sky and trees.The Huron River watershed is nothing short of remarkable. It plays a vital role in our daily lives. In many ways, it makes our lives possible. Thanks to the river, creeks, wetlands and lakes, we can enjoy healthy ecosystems. Safe drinking water. Thriving towns and cities. Diverse wildlife. And inviting places to swim, fish, paddle, socialize, exercise or simply enjoy nature.

This year’s Huron River wall calendar celebrates the beauty and benefits of the watershed with stunning photos from four local nature photographers. We are grateful for their work and for the community partners who make the calendar possible! Educating residents about the impact of their day-to-day actions on rivers, streams and lakes is one of their shared goals.

It is our hope that the calendar inspires you to take part in creating a healthier Huron River for the future.


By Mail: 

Ann Arbor, DexterGreen Oak Township, Village of Milford and Ypsilanti are direct-mailing this year’s calendar to households in their communities. They’ll also have a few for residents to pick up at municipal customer service centers.

In Person: 

These partners are distributing calendars in person at their customer service counters and elsewhere in their communities!

Ann Arbor Charter Township
Ann Arbor Public Schools
Barton Hills Village
Brighton Township
City of Belleville
City of Brighton
City of Chelsea
City of Wixom
Eastern Michigan University
Hamburg Township
Huron Clinton Metroparks
Livingston County Drain Commissioner
Livingston County Road Commission
Pittsfield Charter Township
Putnam Township
Scio Township
Superior Charter Township
University of Michigan, Environment, Health & Safety
VA Ann Arbor Health Care System
Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner
Washtenaw County Road Commission
Ypsilanti Charter Township

From the Huron River Watershed Council:

Pick one up at our office. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm at 117 North First Street in downtown Ann Arbor (closed on November 23, 24, December 22, 25 and January 1).

Get one from us by mail. Email Maaike Wielenga, with your mailing address and “calendar” in the subject line. Maaike will snail mail a batch every few weeks until we run out.

Thank you to our calendar supporters and contributors!

The communities, organizations and individuals that support the calendar are committed to protecting water quality and securing our watershed as a permanent source of clean drinking water, natural beauty and diverse recreational opportunities. A special thank you to the following individuals for their contributions this year:

Feature Photographers: Daniel A. Brown, Dee Dorsey, Paula Gravlin, John Lloyd, Keith Matz

Graphic Design: Mary Christianson, Christianson Design

Printing and Delivery: ULitho, University Lithoprinters

Photo of individual calendar pages hung on an office wall as decor.
Re-use the beautiful photos from your 2023 calendar to decorate your office! Surround yourself with the Huron River.

Reuse, recyle!

If you are replacing your 2023 calendar with this new version, you might consider using the 2023 photos to decorate your space. Impress your friends with your creativity!

Find someone who needs the information!

Photo of person handing a calendar to their colleague.
Print calendars not your thing? Share yours with someone who would enjoy the photography and tips.

If you got one of our print calendars in the mail, but have a strong digital calendar preference or very little wall space, please share the calendar with a family member, friend or colleague!

Marketing Toolkit

Are you a community partner looking to announce that you have the calendar at your location? Download our toolkit of copy and graphics to help.

The Watershed Community Calendar is produced with support from the Middle Huron Partners and the Livingston Watershed Advisory Group, working together to reduce stormwater pollution in the Huron River watershed.