Protecting Mid-Michigan's Waterways

Protecting Mid-Michigan’s Waterways

Mid-Michigan enjoys the Looking Glass, Grand, Red Cedar & Maple River. These waterways are being protected from polluted stormwater run-off in many ways. Watch here to learn about the many ways agencies and residents are doing their part.

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Pollution Isn't Pretty

Pollution Isn’t Pretty

Everyone lives in a watershed. What happens on your property can affect the entire watershed and beyond. Learn how you can help keep our water clean at »

Report Polluting!

To report suspicious activity, or if you see someone dumping anything but clean water in the storm sewers, streets, rivers, or even on the ground, please contact your local municipality »

Learn what you can do to help preserve and protect our lakes, rivers and streams!

The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management provides resources for homeowners, educators and municipalities so everyone can help keep our water clean.

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What is a watershed

What is a Watershed?

A watershed is any area of land that drains to a common point. It can also be defined as the area of land that catches rain and snow and drains into a marsh, stream, river, lake or groundwater.

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