Eastern Michigan University

Environmental Health & Safety

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Continued Education


Continued Education is what's responsible for helping keep the Middle Huron River Watershed in the condition it's at today. Some students enjoy learning to identify foreign invasive plant species and why they're troublesome to our region. While others may be in to more practical knowledge that is applicable to their day to day lives, such as, how to wash your car in an eco-friendly manner.

But simply educating yourself isn't always enough. It's the sharing of and application of this knowledge that helps our community from an environmental perspective. And why shouldn't you expand your knowledge?

The river was a popular trade route that receiving much use, so it eventually became known as the Huron; after the tribe of Huron Indians that used it. The river stretches over 130 miles long, and is