The Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) is a nonprofit organization that coordinates programs and volunteer efforts aimed at protecting and restoring the river for healthy and vibrant communities. 

About Us

Since 1965, HRWC has been providing education, technical assistance, and science programs for residents and watershed communities. HRWC’s Healthy Lakes Initiative supports Huron River watershed residents in understanding and learning how to care for inland lakes. 

Thanks to funding from the Michigan Glacial Lakes Partnership, in 2024 and 2025 HRWC will actively work with residents from Bruin, Blind, Halfmoon, Joslin and South lakes in western Washtenaw County and Bass Lake in Livingston County to volunteer with Michigan’s Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program and to become shoreland stewards with the Michigan Shoreland Stewards Program.

Kate Laramie, Watershed Ecology Associate
Phone: 734-519-0344, Email: klaramie@hrwc.org