When:
April 21, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
2018-04-21T10:00:00-04:00
2018-04-21T14:00:00-04:00
Where:
Brighton City Hall
200 North First Street
Brighton MI 48116
Cost:
Free

Meet the Huron River Watershed Council and the Livingston Watershed Advisory Group to learn what you can do to help protect clean water in our Livingston County communities. Get your yard ready to catch and infiltrate rainwater runoff with a FREE red maple tree sapling and a purple coneflower seed starter! Discover the clean water benefits of rain gardens in any yard. OR if you are a waterfront homeowner, sign up for Michigan’s NEW Shoreland Stewards program to learn specific techniques for capturing rain, encouraging infiltration and controlling shoreline erosion. Our expert will be on hand to talk about work we are doing in Brighton and Ore Lakes.

This event is hosted by the City of Brighton and the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce Environmental Council.

Additional exhibitors include:
Brighton District Library
GBACOC Environmental Council
Hometown Bikes
Lindhout and Associate Architects
Recycle Livingston
Simple Recycling
Stone Coop Farm
Howell Nature Center

For more event details and to register for a Millpond Restoration Volunteer Day, 9am-Noon, visit www.brightoncity.org or contact (810)227-1911.

Get a Free native plant seed starter at the Brighton Earth Day celebration and attract pollinators to your yard!