Use the power of your voice to influence the future of our water by becoming a Change Maker!
Join your fellow citizens and be a voice for the Huron River and its watershed throughout all of its 67 local governments!
Local governments are comprised of people who care about the quality of life in our communities and anyone can get involved, including you!
Change Makers learn about the Huron River and its watershed, the impacts of development on clean water, how local governments make decisions, and the many ways to connect with and influence the process. Change Makers learn how to navigate local governments’ decision-making processes to encourage local river-friendly policies that protect clean water. Change Makers:
- Attend local government meetings
- Comment on ordinance and master plan revisions or specific developments
- Become planning commissioners
- Become local elected officials on their government’s board of trustees or council