Brown Creek is a small tributary of the Jordan River. It flows through the eastern side of East Jordan, meeting the Jordan River at the expansive Jordan River Spreads. This meeting occurs just upstream from the M32 Bridge. The Spreads are home to many species of wildlife including bald eagles. There is little data we have on this stream so please contact us if you have any information you can provide.
Overview of Brown Creek
Jordan River Spreads
Known Aquatic Invasive Species
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