Watershed Associations:

In Person:

Watershed associations in Clinton County are local grassroots organizations that conserve and enhance local streams. Typical watershed association activities include organizing fish habitat improvement projects, riparian tree plantings, water quality monitoring, educating citizens about the importance of the watershed they live in, and helping fellow landowners with practices that can help improve water quality. The Clinton County Conservation District provides technical assistance to these groups through their Watershed Specialist.

Kettle Creek Watershed Association members and partners improving fish habitat in Cross Fork

There are three active watershed associations in Clinton County.

All watershed associations are looking for partners, volunteers, and support in some way. If you would like to become a member of a watershed association or are interested in how you can help out, contact the Clinton County Conservation District or click on one of the links above.