HRWC is a nonprofit coalition of local communities, businesses, and residents established in 1965 to protect the Huron River and its tributary streams, lakes, wetlands, and groundwater. HRWC works to inspire attitudes, behaviors, and economies that protect, rehabilitate, and sustain the Huron River system. Services include hands-on citizen education, technical assistance in policy development, and river protection and monitoring projects. See www.hrwc.org for information.
!!NEW!! Public meeting for the “MANAGEMENT OF MILLERS CREEK SEDIMENT ACCUMULATION STUDY”, on Monday, Sept. 10, 7--8:30 p.m., at Larcom City Hall in the Basement Conference Room.
Click here for the press release. For additional inforamtion go to the City of Ann Arbor site:
New Watershed Management Plan
Ann Arbor City Council passed the Millers Creek Watershed Management Plan. This plan exemplifies the City of Ann Arbor's commitment to protecting and restoring this local watershed. The link below provides more detailed information on the new Watershed Management Plan.
What is happening to the creek along Huron Parkway?!
The City has stabilized the west bank of the Creek between Hubbard and Glazier Way to protect the sidewalk. Below are pictures taken of the stabilized creek bank in early June.
Thurston Pond in the News: An article with full description of the situation in the Pond appeared in the Chronicle!
See the steps that people have taken to protect our creek. Open the Millers Creek Map and check out the pushpin photos at each home that has told us how they are helping Millers Creek. Please let us know how you are helping the Millers Creek.
Fall Festival in the Neighborhood: Read about the first Orchard Hills-Maplewood party and learn about some changes underway and being planned. More news is avaliable at the NEWS page.
110 People Studied Millers Creek and other parts of the Huron River on Sept. 20, 2008. Click HERE for details.
Pfizer's Ann Arbor campus won an "MDEQ Neighborhood Environmental Partners Gold Award" for their collaboration with the local community on the Millers Creek Project. Well done, Pfizer!
The mission of the Millers Creek Action Team is to work together to establish and implement socially, environmentally, and economically sustainable watershed management standards and practices that will improve the quality of the Millers Creek Watershed.
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