HRWC works with policy makers and communities to protect our watershed. We study our watershed and use the findings and our expertise to make recommendations for maintaining the long-term health of the Huron River.

For example, HRWC has a seat at the table for legal negotiations with Gelman around the dioxane contamination of groundwater in Ann Arbor and Scio Township.

We are also working with local and state leaders on banning toxic coal tar in support of less toxic alternatives.