HRWC offers stream-side and in-school programming to engage students in learning about water quality and protecting the watershed. Hands-on, small group activities teach water quality testing and issues that impact our streams. Students learn specific actions that families can take to protect the Huron. Here are some resources for educators who participate in this program.

If you and your students have collected data, please share it.  Here’s how to Share your data.

Calling on Teachers, Schools, and Volunteers

To arrange for a program of activities that match to your students’ age and interests, or to volunteer to help with the stream-side or classroom activities, contact Jason Frenzel, HRWC Volunteer Coordinator at jfrenzel@hrwc.org or (734) 769-5123 x600.