Newsletters

Summer 2016

(Posted: 2016-05-19)  In this issue: Water level fluctuations and how to reduce erosion; Finding out about E. coli levels before swimming; How soil health and plant cover on gardens and fields can benefit water quality in Lake Huron; Phragmites control by Chippewas of Kettl
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2015 Summer Newsletter

(Posted: 2015-05-11)  Plastic pollution in Lake Huron, evaluating agricultural best management practices, preserving soil health in the Garvey-Glenn watershed, WeatherCheck! board game and more....
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Summer 2014 Newsletter

(Posted: 2014-05-23)  Our latest newsletter is now posted - featuring progress on the Rural Stormwater project, priority watershed updates and much more.
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Summer 2013 Newsletter

(Posted: 2013-05-13)  Our latest newsletter is now posted! Project highlights for all five priority watersheds
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Summer 2012

(Posted: 2012-05-18)  An update on the priority watershed projects, developing a Rural Stormwater Management Model, Lake Huron’s unique algae problem, E-coli and beaches, community projects, and being Septic Smart.
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Summer 2011

(Posted: 2011-08-01)  A look at our five priority watersheds, agriculture and First Nations water protection.
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Summer 2010

(Posted: 2010-07-02)  Southeast Shore Communities Team Up to Improve Water Quality and Conserve Biodiversity
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Summer 2008

(Posted: 2008-07-02)  The ribbon of shoreline along Lake Huron provides one of the longest continuous stretches of beachfront in the Great Lakes and has enjoyed a long history of recreational use and cottaging.
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Feature Article

Cover crops like those shown in the photo reduce erosion, lessen impacts on water,  and protect and improve soil health.
Cover Crops Doing Well in Huron County
Second year of Huron County Clean Water Project's cover crops incentive category surpasses surprising success of first year
Wednesday, July 26, 2017

 

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