The Flint River Conservation Association works in a variety of different areas to protect the watershed, raise awareness about water quality issues, and promote responsible recreation and enjoyment of the river. The following are our major areas of interest.
Hold public meetings and public forums, publish a monthly newsletter, raise awareness about biodiversity.
Manage growth to conserve the quality and health of the Flint River
Work with farmers, foresters other land managers, and non-regulatory agencies such as the Soil and Water Conservation District, to encourage voluntary stewardship in the Flint River watershed.
Watershed Assessment. Create and maintain a basic watershed profile, keep current through voluntary water monitoring activities.
Recreation. Promote responsible recreation on the Flint River and increase access to the river.
Organizational Development. Build the leadership, funding base, and overall organizational strength of the Flint River Conservation Association.