Aerial Image Above Muskegon County Wastewater System
The White River Watershed is located in west central Michigan and is approximately 83 miles long from its start in northeastern Newaygo County to its mouth at White Lake and,eventually, Lake Michigan. It covers 344,166 acres and spans three counties: Muskegon, Newaygo, and Oceana. The White River is divided into two branches, the North Branch and the South Branch. The North Branch has headwaters in central Oceana County while the South Branch originates in eastern Newaygo County.
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