Farmer Led Watershed Conservation Network
c/o River Raisin Watershed Council
320 Springbrook Ave Suite 102
Adrian, MI 49221
Farmers helping farmers make more money and be better upstream neighbors. That’s our goal with the Farmer-Led Watershed Conservation Network.
Water pollution comes from many sources, but some of it comes from farms.
Lake Erie suffers from toxic algal blooms fueled in part by excess phosphorus and other pollutants. In 2018, the state of Michigan released a road map for reducing phosphorus entering Lake Erie by 20 percent by 2020 — and 40 percent by 2025.
We are working hard to help meet this goal by helping local farmers improve their operations!