“Greening Mid-Michigan recommends that tools such as native re-vegetation, porous pavement, rain gardens, and other low-impact development (LID) methods be employed by local governments, businesses and citizens to filter water of harmful nutrients before it returns to our lakes, rivers and streams.”
Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management – www.mywatersheds.org Twenty-one local municipalities and schools districts are members of the GLRC.
The Middle Grand River Organization of Watersheds– www.mgrow.org– protects and preserves the history & natural resources of the Middle Grand River by promoting education, conservation, restoration and recreational activities.
Recently in 2014, the Team funded and created a Biological Survey of potential conservation areas along the Grand River Avenue Corridor in northern Ingham County.
Click Corridor Survey 2014 to view the report. Authored by the Michigan Natural Features Inventory.