The mission of the Clinton Township Conservation Committee is to actively promote the sustainable use of our natural resources by supporting, promoting and implementing conservation measures throughout the Township.
Please join the Conservation Committee, Green Macomb Initiative, and ReLEAF Michigan for tree planting at parks and Gratiot Avenue bus stops in Clinton Township.
There are no plantings scheduled at this time but check here in the upcoming months for more information.
The Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) created Adopt-A-Stream as a way to gauge the water quality in the creeks, streams and drains that feed into the Clinton River and eventually into Lake St. Clair and the Great Lakes.
On Sept. 29, 2018, members of the Conservation Committee joined Members of the Arboretum Committee for their Annual Arboretum Tree Planting. At that time, Conservation Committee members counted water bugs to gauge the health of the water running through Kukuk Creek. The count is a twice-a-year commitment.
Special thanks to Amanda, from the Macomb County Public Works office and formerly of the CRWC, who provided us the training and technical expertise on how to collect the samples, know what we were looking at and how to collect the data. Also, special thanks to Sydney Chabot, the daughter of Scott Chabot, Conservation Committee member, township resident and civil engineer with the firm, Anderson Eckstein and Westrick.
For more info on the CRWC Adopt-A-Stream Program, click on: http://www.crwc.org/programs/adoptastream/
Photos from the fall bug count. Unfortunately, the count reveals fair to poor water quality.
Green Macomb Tree Sale!!
Is it safe to think...Spring!?!
In need of Trees, Shrubs, or Plants to 'spruce' up your yard?
The Clinton Township Conservation Committee, the Green Macomb Initiative and the Blue Water Conservation District have teamed-up to help you get the PLANTS and TREES you want...at FANTASTIC PRICES!!!
Pre-order now and then pick-up right down the road...at Dodge Park in Sterling Heights on April 26th or 27th. Download the form below, or go to the Blue Water Conservation District Website.
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Arboretum Tree Planting
Clinton Township Conservation Committee members volunteer to help improve the Arboretum.
Civic Center Tree Planting
Volunteers and the Clinton Township DPW helped plant many trees on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, at the Clinton Township Civic Center. These trees came from a grant to help increase the tree canopy around Macomb County. Thank you volunteers!
Prince Drewery/Joy Park
Tree plantings at Joy Blvd. Park and Prince Drewry Park, May 13, 2017.
Members of the Clinton Township Conservation Committee volunteer to help the Township improve Normandy Park. Two loads of new wood chips were spread in the playground area.
There is one vacant term on the Conservation Committee. The term expires Nov. 30, 2020. The committee meets on the second Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Clinton Township Civic Center. The purpose of the committee shall be to preserve and maintain in an undisturbed and natural condition the watercourses, wetlands, floodplains, wildlife and other natural resources within the Township.
All applications received by the Administrative Assistant will be distributed to all board members after the deadline of posting has been met, and will be included in the Board of Trustee’s agenda packet which is publicly available.
An invitation will be extended to all applicants to attend the Board of Trustee’s meeting on Feb. 20, 2018 for an Introduction of Appointment Applicants. The Appointments to the Conservation Committee and the Economic Development Corporation, will be on the Board of Trustee’s agenda for the March 5, 2018 meeting.
For additional information, please contact the Administrative Assistant at 586-286-9366.