Those who paddle, fish, or are otherwise interested in recreation opportunities on the Huron River are welcome to join a virtual discussion, Wednesday, August 25th, from 7-9 pm on Zoom. The Zoom Link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89195853988 The City of Ypsilanti is hosting the meeting as a part of a series. The goal is to gather information about […]
At the end of May, we reported that moderate drought conditions and low water levels were making paddling on the Huron River challenging. The extreme precipitation that fell over Southeast Michigan and flooded Detroit at the end of June has removed the drought conditions in our watershed. Before the storms, the chance that drought conditions […]
Water levels on the Huron River are well below where they have been the last few summers at this time. Some sections of the Upper Huron in Livingston and Oakland Counties have been been particularly affected, with water levels more than 2-3 feet below where they were last year. That’s making sections that are normally […]
The Natural Resources Trust Fund continues to be a critical source of funding for major projects in the Huron River watershed. In the 2020 grant cycle, about $880,000 will go to five important projects, two of which are immediately along the Huron River Water Trail. The Huron River Watershed Council supported each of these projects. […]
How to stay safe when the water is cold We’ve been cooped up all winter and many of us are itching to get back on the water. Before you venture out on the Huron River or any waterbody in the preseason cold, there are additional safety precautions you should take. Paddling in your kayak or […]
The Huron River Water Trail is a consortium of interested groups and communities,
and is a project of the Huron River Watershed Council and RiverUp!
Huron River Watershed Council, 1100 N. Main Street, Suite 210, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 734-769-5123