Join the Hickory Creek Watershed Partnership on Tuesday, January 31 the Lincoln Township Hall at 6:30 p.m. for their partnership meeting. Specifically, the HCWP is looking to have someone come and talk about the recent leak of the interceptor. There are also some major developments with the education and monitoring committees.
What is the Hickory Creek Watershed Partnership?
A group focused on improving, protecting and fostering stewardship of the water quality and habitat in the Hickory Creek Watershed by promoting education, conservation, land stewardship, restoration and preservation.
People concerned about the water quality and habitat in the Hickory Creek Watershed (residents, landowners, elected and appointed officials, municipal staff, farmers, business owners, non-profit organizations, drain commissioner, county community development, road commission, county board of commissioners, sportsman groups, MDNRE (MDEQ & MDNR), Conservation District, NRCS, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, utilities, Sewer Authority, schools/educators, contractors, developers, etc)
Hickory Creek Watershed – Hickory Creek, its tributaries and all the land that drains into Hickory Creek(this includes land in all or portions of the following municipalities: Baroda Township and Village, Lake Township, Lincoln Township, Oronoko Township, Shoreham Village, Stevensville Village, St. Joseph Township, Weesaw Township, Buchanan Township, Royalton Township).
For general information on Hickory Creek visit http://www.swmpc.org/hickory.asp, or contact Marcy Colclough at firstname.lastname@example.org