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Protecting Northern Michigan's ​Water Resources

Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council Receives Part of $112,495 from Charlevoix County Community Foundation Grant

The Charlevoix County Community Foundation hosted two grant cycles in March,  a total of $112,495, and grants have been awarded to nonprofits between the two cycles. The Environment and Land Use grants totaled $63,960 and include projects that will improve water quality in the Lake Charlevoix Watershed, replace invasive species with native species, protect land, create more natural habitats and build capacity for organizations doing this work. Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council will use their grant to restore the Stover Creek stream channel profile, create instream habitat and provide for more natural flow of water, sediment and wildlife in Lake Charlevoix.

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