Preserving, Protecting and Restoring the Muskegon River

The Muskegon River Watershed Assembly is dedicated to the preservation, protection, restoration, and sustainable use of the Muskegon River, the land it drains, and the life it supports, through educational, scientific and conservation initiatives.

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The Blandings Turtle

July 15, 2017

MUSINGS FROM MECOSTA:  THE BLANDINGS TURTLE By Lorrie Gillingham Murray Teaming with life, my little heart shaped pond in the heart of 22 acres near Dye Creek in Mecosta is… Read More

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MiCorps – Muskegon River Water Monitoring Project

2005-2015 The MRWA received notification in Spring 2005 that its project proposal for volunteer stream monitoring was approved for funding. This project will train volunteers and provide the necessary equipment… Read More

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MRWA Plans Bigelow Creek Restoration

MRWA Plans Bigelow Creek Restoration

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West Michigan Conservation Network

2017 Workshops

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Voyage of Discovery - Update

Voyage of Discovery - Update

We have just become aware that there will be a professional kayak race on the Muskegon River on June 10 and 11, 2017. We are sorry to inform you that the Voyage of Discovery, previously schedule for June 10th on the same stretch of river, has to be cancelled. Do not despair; keep your eyes and ears open for a Voyage of Discovery event tentatively scheduled for late August. If you have any questions please call (231) 591-2334. Keep paddling!
2017 Northern Lights Environmental Award - Congratulations to Nancy Burmeister

2017 Northern Lights Environmental Award

Congratulations to Nancy Burmeister, Muskegon River Watershed Assembly Board Officer, for earning the 2017 Northern Lights Environmental Award presented by Susan Snavley of Spectrum Health. The award was presented in front of a standing room only event call Butterfly Flyways organized by Carrie Stermer of the Card Wildlife Center located on the campus of Ferris State University.