Congratulations to all the Clubs in District 6400 who helped make the Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup such a success. The Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup initiative  focused it’s attention to the Great Lakes and to all the of the great work that is being done to cleanup our lakes, streams, and waterways in our communities.

We worked together to clean up thousands and thousands of pounds of liter from our waterways.

Here are some pictures of the great work that was done!

Members of the Rotary Club of Belleville, MI, David C. Brown Funeral Home, Higgerson & Neal Funeral Home, and several local community volunteers braved the unexpected wintery-mix of spring-time weather and picked up 25 bags of refuse, leaves, and other yard waste (approximately 750 pounds) at the city’s Hillside Cemetery on Tuesday evening.

 

Earth Week 2021 activities on Tuesday, April 20 the Belleville Rotary Club sponsored a clean-up of storm drains on Potter and Edgemont Streets in Belleville. The club cleaned debris, leaves, sticks, trash, etc. from storm drains to maintain drainage and help protect the Belleville Lake / Huron River waterway.

 

Windsor Walkerville  did a watershed clean-up/earth day/Rotary Rid Litter Day project

 

 

 

  • Grosse Pointe Rotarians worked with Ford House employees;  Ford House provided drinks and donuts. The grounds of Ford House were beautiful.

    It was estimated that they collected 330 Lbs. of debris.

 

 

Northville Rotarians cleanup this past Saturday at Maybury State Park

 

 

“Huron Township Rotary in conjunction with the Great Lakes Watershed Initiative  cleaned Willow Road from Huron River Drive to Oakwoods Metro Park entrance.