Get out and Play!
Plan your paddle along the Huron River Water Trail! Find out about local amenities, boat launches, and current conditions on the river.
Discover your Creekshed
Find out where the rainwater flows from any address in the watershed and learn more about the health of your home creek. Check out all 22 tributaries to the Huron River.
We love critters!
View data from our aquatic bug monitoring program. Get data from decades of monitoring through our River Roundup and Stonefly events.
What fish are swimming in your water? Check out data on fish species, size, and location collected by the University of Michigan and Michigan DNR.
Data from the Field
Chemistry of Local Water
For 20 years, volunteers and staff have monitored the Huron and its tributaries for a suite of pollutants and water quality conditions. Find the results here.
View the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team's map of known PFAS sites. PFAS are a group of human-made chemicals that persist in the environment and cause harm to human health.
Restoration and Protection
Natural Areas of the Huron River Watershed
See where the remaining natural areas are in the Huron River watershed. These areas absorb stormwater runoff while supporting wildlife. They are critical to the health of local waterways.
Southeast Michigan Rainscaping
This crowd-sourced tool let's people put their own rain gardens on the map. You can see who in your neighborhood has a rain garden and see what it looks like. You can get your own rain garden “on the map” by entering your own photo. Other projects are also included like rain barrels, native gardens, and green roofs.
Get your own printed map of the Huron River watershed - free!
This map poster is a scale map that shows watershed boundaries, creeksheds (24), Trail Towns (5), lakes and ponds, the Natural River District, State Parks, Metroparks and local parks, dams on the main stem of the river, watershed high and low points and the start point for the Huron River Water Trail. Size: 36 inches by 24 inches. Great for homes, classrooms and workplaces.