There are some upcoming opportunities to protect the Huron River and clean water.
Fighting Climate Change in Washtenaw County
There is still time to provide input on the county’s Climate Action Plan. Resilient Washtenaw is a very easy-to-use map-based web page where you can submit your ideas.
Dexter, Northfield, Scio Townships Launch Campaigns to Protect Farmland and Natural Areas
Change Makers in these communities, ACTIVATE! These communities are looking for people to serve on campaign teams who can help raise awareness in their neighborhoods about the property tax millage and get residents out to vote. Email Kris at HRWC and she will put you in contact with the right person.
Superior Township launches Master Plan and Parks and Recreation Plan Update
Change Makers, here is your chance to use those worksheets we talked about in boot camp! Superior Township is hosting a few upcoming input sessions:
Open House, March 24, 5 – 7pm
Presentation, April 2, 9 – 11am
Dixboro United Methodist Church, 5221 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI
If you miss these, no worries, there are plenty of opportunities for involvement; email or call Laura Bennett at (734) 482-6099.
MSU Water School Now Online On Demand
Many Change Makers got to take part in MSU Water School, a multi-day course that dove deeper into topics covered ever-so-briefly at our Boot Camp. Now, the course is available as an online video series. Learn about water quality, water quality, water policy, water economics, water planning, and water polo (okay, not that last one) from MSU professors, state experts, and local champions.
Kris and Jason
Change Makers provide a voice for the Huron River and its watershed by becoming involved in their local governments to encourage water protection.