Monthly Archives: December 2013

Winter Stone Fly Search – Huron River Watershed Council

Join a small team of volunteers and travel to a stream or stretch of the River. You’ll be in the field for a couple hours helping  experienced researchers collect stoneflies, figure out what makes stream healthy or unhealthy, and understand how river ecology works.
Children are welcome to attend but each one must be attended […]

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“The environment is everything that isn’t me.”
Albert Einstein

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Winter Stone Fly Sampling – Friends of the Rouge River

Twice a year, teams of volunteers visit sites throughout the headwaters of the watershed and search for mayflies, stoneflies and other aquatic invertebrates. The presence or absence of these streambed creatures reflects the quality of the water and habitat. Friends of the Rouge uses them to track changes in the river quality over time.
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