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Published: 05/07/15 in FOTR News

Community coalition to hold public meeting on new Fort Street Park on Rouge River, May 20

The Fort-Rouge Gateway (FRoG) Partnership, a coalition of nonprofit, community and industrial stakeholders, will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, May 20, 6 to 8 p.m. at UAW Local 600, 10550 Dix, Dearborn, MI 48120, to discuss...[more]

Published: 05/07/15 in FOTR News

Detroit Area Students to Assess Rouge River Health

Metro Detroit, Mich. – Close to 2,000 students from across the region will continue a 28 year-long tradition of collecting water quality data for the Rouge River.  During early May, students from 25 southeast Michigan...[more]

Published: 04/30/15 in FOTR News

BOSCH COMMUNITY FUND GRANTS $10,000 TO FRIENDS OF THE ROUGE

Friends of the Rouge was recently awarded $10,000 from the Bosch Community Fund.  “These much-needed funds will support general operations and our hands-on education and public involvement programs in 2015,” said Aimee...[more]

Published: 02/06/15 in FOTR News

2014 Fall Bug Hunt Report Shows Most Rouge River Sites Stable

Report Available on Friends of the Rouge website[more]

Published: 12/16/14 in FOTR News

Friends of the Rouge to Host Green Infrastructure Panel Discussion at Annual Meeting

Friends of the Rouge (FOTR) will host its Annual Membership Meeting & Dinner on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at Glen Oaks Country Club in Farmington Hills.  Registration will begin at 5:30 PM, followed by...[more]

Published: 11/26/14 in FOTR News

Detroit Area Students to Assess Rouge River Health

Metro Detroit, Mich. – Close to 500 students from across the region will continue a 27 year-long tradition of collecting water quality data for the Rouge River.  During early October, students from seven local southeast...[more]

Published: 09/24/14 in FOTR News

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