Muskegon Lake Area of Concern
The following resources operate in Muskegon County to conduct environmental education and programming in the Muskegon Lake Area of Concern and the region immediately surrounding it. For more details about resources and opportunities to get students involved, contact the program director directly.
The Muskegon Lake Watershed Partnership is a community-based, volunteer partnership organization. The group supports grassroots programs to restore Muskegon Lake and the Great Lakes. Contact Kathy Evans to get involved or to coordinate education programming.
The Muskegon Environmental Research & Education Society operates the Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve and serves 700 kids per year with environmental education programming. To schedule a fied trip or to request more information, contact Karen Verway.
The West Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative is a place-based education resource for West Michigan environmental education. They provide curricula, grant funding, and project ideas to connect students with stewardship opportunities. Contact Sarah Coleman from the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District's Regional Math & Science Center for more information.
Detroit River Area of Concern
This section is currently under development. If your organization would like to be highlighted as an education resource for the Detroit River Area of Concern, contact Caitie Nigrelli.
The Friends of the Detroit River is a watch group for the Detroit River Area of Concern, watching and protecting the river. They provide educational programming and stewardship opportunities with the goal of improving the Detroit River and the quality of life for people, plants, and animals around the river. To get involved, contact the Friends of the Detroit River by email.
Rouge River Area of Concern
This section is currently under development. If you'd like your organization presented as an education resource for the Rouge River Area of Concern, contact Caitie Nigrelli.