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Lower Grand River Watershed Management Plan
A Watershed Management Plan outlines a course of action leading to an environmentally and economically healthy watershed that benefits all stakeholders. A successful watershed management plan requires input from the people who live, work, and play in the watershed.
The Lower Grand River Watershed Management Plan (LGRWMP) was updated in 2010-2011 and was approved by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality in September 2011.
The LGRWMP is divided into three volumes: Narrative, Figures, and Appendices. You may download each of the volumes separately by clicking the links below. However, these are very large files and may take considerable time to download depending on your internet connection.
We offer a separate option for the Narrative. You may download each chapter separately.
If you have any trouble with downloading a copy of the LGRWMP, or have a question about the LGROW, contact John Koches, Associate Research Scientist at email@example.com.
Page last modified September 19, 2011