|Our mission||The Watershed Center advocates for clean water in Grand Traverse Bay and acts to protect and preserve the Bay’s watershed.|
|Ways to help||
Watershed WarriorJoin the growing list of engaged citizens committed to taking a stand for clean water. These citizen advocates speak up effectively and at opportune times to oppose threats to water quality in their community and to support local decisions and efforts that protect water quality.
Adopt-A-StreamLooking for a volunteer opportunity to do with others? This program is perfect for families, schools, neighborhood groups, office teams and takes a few hours twice a year.
General office tasksWe’re usually looking for volunteers with computer/office skills who can help with tasks such as data entry, mailing preparations, or simple organizing.
Beach RangersInterested in walking a stretch of the beautiful Grand Traverse Bay shoreline? Sign up to help us track avian botulism by becoming a Beach Ranger.
Adopt-A-BeachThese events take place along Grand Traverse Bay’s beaches and involve removing trash and other debris.
|How you help||There are many ways you can support The Watershed Center. We are always looking for people who want to make a difference by giving their time or talents.|
|About us||There is nowhere in the world quite like the Grand Traverse region, where water flows all around us before finding its way into the Grand Traverse Bay. The Watershed Center has a 20 year history of protecting and preserving Grand Traverse Bay and its 1,000-square mile watershed through on-the-ground projects and advocacy. Our water quality and quality of life are worth protecting. We accomplish this mission through advocacy and on-the-ground restoration projects.|
Glen Lake Association
Grass River Natural Area
Walloon Lake Association and Conservancy (WLAC)
HeadWaters Land Conservancy
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
Chippewa Watershed Conservancy
Chippewa Nature Center
Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan
John Ball Zoo
Woldumar Nature Center
Kirtland's Warbler Alliance
Michigan Nature Association
Keep Genesee County Beautiful
Michigan Food & Farming Systems (MIFFS)
Friends of Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery Visitor Center (FOWL)
Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve
Seven Ponds Nature Center
Binder Park Zoo
Howell Nature Center
Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC)
Leslie Science & Nature Center (LSNC)
Bird Center of Washtenaw County
Sterling Service Dogs
Chikaming Open Lands
Keweenaw Land Trust
Friends of the Detroit River
International Wildlife Refuge Alliance
FLOW (For Love of Water)
Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities
TART Trails, Inc.
Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy
Cherryland Humane Society
Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA)
Saving Birds Thru Habitat