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Lower Grand River 319 Project - Past and Ongoing Events


Title Contact Description of Event More Info
Grand River Clean Up Dirk Dewitt
(616) 897-4287
Help keep the river clean by joining us to pick up trash along the riverbank. Not available
Stream Search Not available Training will be held to help you identify aquatic insects and to know their value in aquatic ecosystems. The Stream Survey is an excellent activity for adults, high school students and middle school students. Click here to view 2003 flyer
Kent County Stream Search Shawn Wessell
(616) 451-3051
Program trains volunteers to identify aquatic invertebrates that are indicators of stream quality. See
for more details
Adopt-a-Stream Shawn Wessell
(616) 451-3051
Involves volunteers from all ages and experience levels to help monitor, clean-up, and protect their communities watershed. See
for more details
Bear Creek Waterfest Bonnie Shupe
(616) 874-6966
Celebration of water quality will include food, activities, and displays for the whole family. Click here to view 2003 flyer
Homeowners "Day at the Park" Elizabeth Robins
(616) 527-8219
Activities will cover turf management, composting, pond management, groundwater, and water testing. Not available
Household Hazardous Waste Pick Up Jeff Auch
(231) 773-0008
Muskegon County sponsored activity Not available
City of Grandville Spring Clean Up Mike Chesher
(616) 530-4992
Annual event for Grandville residents to dispose of household wastes. Not available
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Myron Erickson
(616) 261-3562
Users of Wyoming water utilities can drop off households materials for proper disposal such as oil based paint, pesticides, herbicides, cleaners, mercury thermometers, etc. Not available
Clean Sweep Days Elizabeth Robins
(616) 527-8219
Clean Sweep is the pesticide & mercury collection program for all Michigan residents, hospitals, and schools. Click here to view 2003 flyer
Household Hazardous Waste Days Elizabeth Robins
(616) 527-8219
Household Hazardous Wastes collection program is for Ionia County Residents only. The purpose of the collections is not to recycle containers. The purpose of the collections is to remove hazardous chemicals from the regular waste stream, in an effort to protect the environment. Click here to view 2003 flyer

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