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Waterbody Health: Benefits of Natural/Living Shoreline
Thursday, January 27th, 2022 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Webinar on Zoom with a group screening at Bridgewater Township Hall (RSVP required)
10990 Clinton Rd, Manchester, MI 48158
Are you concerned about the water quality in your stream or lake? Frustrated by nuisance geese along your lake shoreline? Fed up with algal blooms or an eroding shoreline? Come learn with speaker Erick Elgin from MSU Extension how natural, living shorelines can protect water quality, be aesthetically pleasing, deter nuisance wildlife, and stabilize your shoreline.
Rain Barrels, Totes, & more
Join us for the 74th WCCD Annual Meeting!
Now virtual only
Dr. Asia Dowtin, Assistant Professor of Urban and Community Forestry at Michigan State University, will present on trees and green infrastructure in urban spaces. Conservation awards will be presented for outstanding commitment to applying conservation on the ground. 2021 highlights will be presented by the WCCD staff and partners.
All residents of the Washtenaw County Conservation District (Washtenaw County) who are of legal age and have demonstrated residency by one (1) piece of identification may vote by casting 1 ballot at the annual meeting. For instructions on how to participate in the election see below.
The district director election results will be announced during the annual meeting.
Washtenaw County Conservation District is pleased to announce the Farmer Cost-Share Program!
Possible projects covered by Cost-Share:
For more information, click the "Learn More" button below.
Congratulations to our 2021 School & Community Habitat Grant Awardees!
We're please to announce the awards for the inaugural WCCD School & Community Habitat Grant! We received seven completed applications and were able to award all applicants with plant materials and/or consultation support. Learn more about the organizations and their projects here!
Learn more or donate on our 2021 grant are on our School & Community Habitat Grant page.
To assist residents and landowners with the conservation, management, and wise use of natural resources of Washtenaw County.
What We Do
We assist Washtenaw County residents through countywide resource assessments, conservation resource distributions, conservation education, and one-on-one technical assistance.
The Washtenaw County Conservation District is a local government agency. Serving Washtenaw County, office located in
Ann Arbor, MI.
705 N. Zeeb Rd
Ann Arbor, MI 48103-1560
Megan DeLeeuw - Executive Director - firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.302.8710
Summer Roberts- Community Forester- email@example.com, 734.302.8716
Doug Reith - Resource Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.302.8713
Dru Mark-Wilson- Outreach Coordinator- email@example.com, 734-302-8715
Nick Machinski - MAEAP Technician - firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.302.8711
Erez Brandvain - Conservation Technician - email@example.com, 734.302.8714