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Clinton River Watershed Council
The Clinton River Watershed Council is a local environmental nonprofit organization based in Rochester Hills. The Clinton River spans 81.5 miles and starts up in the headwaters in Independence Township and flows through Oakland, Macomb, Lapeer and St. Clair Counties and empties into Lake St. Clair in Harrison Township. The Clinton River Watershed is 760 square miles and home to over 1.5 million people, making the Clinton River Watershed the most populated watershed in Michigan. With such a high population, the Clinton River faces many environmental threats, the greatest being storm water pollution.

The Clinton River Watershed Council works towards protecting, enhancing and celebrating the Clinton River, Its watershed and Lake St. Clair. The CRWC hosts many educational presentations, and programs geared towards getting residents involved in their community and lean what they can do on an individual level to help protect our freshwaters!

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