GRAND Learning
Grand Learning Network
I live here I live here, am I
a steward?

Stewardship is a sense of lifelong, engaged learning about and caring for our surroundings, no matter where we live!
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Crane Where am I in my watershed?
Our watersheds connect us in every way. Did you know…here in mid-Michigan, we are linked directly with Lake Michigan and other Great Lakes?
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What Is my Sense of Place What is my sense of
place?

Is your special place the river where you caught your fist fish? Is it your grandma’s old dock? Is it the woods behind the house where you grew up? Is it a favorite outdoor place locally that you visit today?
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Click here - use the keyboard arrows to navigate through the slide show. Use the ESC to close the window. Pdf's of the maps can be downloaded in the map section.
Maps courtesy of US Army Corps of Engineers
The Grand River watershed
has several major tributaries, the Thornapple, the Maple, and the Flat Rivers, and many minor tributaries, including Sycamore Creek, the Looking Glass, the Rogue, and the Red Cedar Rivers.
   
  Mark Stephens
131 Natural Resources
Bldg, MSU
East Lansing, MI 48824
517-432-2700 (office)
steph143@msu.edu
   
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Watershed Boundries Elevation 1800 Land Crop Land
Circa 1800 Land
Riparian Buffer Land Cover Devloped