See the latest happenings from the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management in the January 2020 Newsletter
Learn about car washing tips and more to protect water quality in the July 2019 issue of the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Storm Water Management newsletter. Access the newsletter here.
Learn about water infrastructure updates and more in the 2018 Water Quality report. View the report here.
The Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant released a six-part video series that shares simple steps homeowners can take to better manage storm water on their property. The videos highlight a number of practices that can help manage excess water while also reducing water pollution. Watch the videos here.
Check out the latest news from the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management. Download the newsletter here.
The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management published its 2019 winter newsletter this month. Find out the latest news from the GLRC here.
Look back on the many accomplishments of the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management in its 2018 annual report. Download a copy of the report here.
The 2019 Dog Photo Calendar is now available for digital download! Twelve entries were selected as a month’s feature image and winners received gift certificates to a pet supply store. Other submissions were used as supplemental photos throughout the calendar. The GLRC thanks all who participated in the contest. Remember to clean up after your pets to protect …
The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management is holding a dog photo contest! Twelve lucky pups will be selected as a monthly feature for their 2019 digital calendar. And their agents (aka owners) will win a $20 gift certificate to a local pet supply store! Contest closes December 7th! View the submission form at: https://www.mywatersheds.org/2019-dog-photo-calendar-contest
The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management has published results from its 2018 water quality survey. Over 600 individuals from the Grand River, Looking Glass and Red Cedar River Watersheds participated in the survey. Thirty-five percent of respondents reported taking some type of action to protect water resources in the past five years. Find out …