Huron River, Baraga County

The Huron River Watershed Partnership has formed. This partnership, made up of a diverse variety of stakeholders, is taking steps to address erosion issues. In addition to identifying areas of erosional concern, the group has applied for a watershed planning grant with the State of Michigan. A full inventory of the river is being conducted to gather baseline data.

Millecoquins River, Mackinac County

SWP staff is assisting the Hiawatha Sportsman Club to establish a volunteer stream monitoring program here. Sedimentation is causing concern over water temperature and shifting the fishery from a cold water to a warm water.

Salmon Trout River, Marquette County

The Brook Trout Habitat Protection and Evaluation in the Salmon Trout River Watershed Project, to begin summer 2009, will reduce sedimentation at several sites and improve passage for fish and other aquatic organisms at one site in the Salmon Trout River watershed in Marquette County, Michigan. It will help prevent further habitat degradation and make additional habitat available for fish spawning, rearing and feeding. This project has been made possible with assistance from the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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The New Improved Great Lakes Shoreviewer!
The Superior Watershed Partnership is pleased to provide FREE high resolution color photography for every inch of Great Lakes coastline in the Upper Peninsula including Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Great Lakes ShoreViewer

Pollution Prevention Day
UP-wide pharmaceutical collection April 26, 2014 from 10am-2pm. The public is invited to drop off old and unwanted medications at this free community event. Click here to find the location nearest you.

Great Lakes Conservation Corps:
The SWP is expanding the Great Lakes Conservation Corps in 2014. This summer the SWP will have both roving crews and community-based crews working on projects that benefit Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Look for more information soon.

Stormwater; A Resource Not a Waste Product!
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Current view of Lake Superior from the SWP Office Webcam


Number of pounds of carbon reduced through SWP energy conservation and climate change programs to date.