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By

Marie McCormick

Rain Gardens to the Rescue

Partners: Sierra Club Michigan ChapterFunded by: The Fred A and Barbara M Erb Family Foundation Sewage and urban runoff are polluting Detroit’s rivers.  We invite...
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Resources

Landscaping with Native Plants Adopt Green Landscaping for Clean Streams practices Greenacres: Landscaping with Native Plants, EPA Step-by-Step Guide to Planning & Planting Rain Gardens...
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Volunteer

Volunteers (like you!) are the people who make it possible to restore and protect your Rouge River right here in southeast Michigan. No special skill...
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Woody Debris

Is woody debris a problem? Many people believe large woody debris is a big problem for the river. Most believe logjams are the cause of...
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Wildlife

Wildlife that can be found in the Rouge River watershed include various amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish, plants, and mammals. As more of the watershed becomes...
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Recreation

Located in Southeast Michigan, the Rouge River is a marvelous place to recreate without having to spend hours traveling. Parks along the river abound, trails...
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