"The Chippewa Watershed Conservancy’s mission is to protect and restore Central Michigan’s land, water, and wildlife resources to improve the quality of life for all. We see a world where communities are enriched by being connected to land, water, and wildlife resources. Our service area is Clare, Gratiot, Isabella, Mecosta and Montcalm Counties in the state of Michigan"
"Hi. My name is Hilary Kuhn and I live in Cape York in Tropical Australia. I am currently editing a book I have written on the Mitchell River that transects Cape York between the Coral Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria. The story of the Mitchell River is a big story and includes its hydrology, ecology, Aboriginal legacy, catchment management with projections for the future."
Addressing natural resource management issues in the Snowy River Catchment, the Snowy River Interstate Landcare Committee (SRILC) represents nine rural landcare groups across two states – NSW and Victoria, in the south-east of Australia. The region stretches from the Monaro in southern NSW to the northern reaches of Far East Gippsland in Victoria.
The Ohio River is consistently one of the most polluted rivers in the nation. Communities along the Ohio River are investing hundreds of millions of dollars to restore its waterfront and attract people back downtown. In order to guarantee the public’s right to use and enjoy the Ohio River, pollution levels must be reduced and eliminated.
Since 2012, scientists are enlisted on this dam dismantling project on the Sélune river. They are specialized in various domains such as geology, hydrology, chemistry, biology or human and social sciences. So far, they focused on understanding the river characteristics under the dams’ influence. From 2020, research work will focus on understanding how the river works without the dams. Comparing these two phases,