DESIGNING THE RIGHT HOOK: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THE WATERSHED PLANNING PROCESS
The Rouge River Watershed is a tributary to the Detroit River, a nationally designated American Heritage River. This diverse watershed is home to 1.5 million people and includes urban, suburban and rural areas. It spans approximately 438 square miles through 48 different communities and three counties. The Rouge River is 127 miles in length, has four main branches and many minor tributaries. It is a highly urban river with little undeveloped land and extensive public access. It is one of the State of Michigan's most accessible rivers.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 2001
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