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please take a few minutes to fill out our resource assessment survey!
Every five years, ECD asks for your feedback about natural resources and conservation in our county. This survey helps us prioritize resources for the most important needs identified by our residents, helping us to educate, promote, and implement voluntary conservation. All responses will be anonymous. Please help us out and complete the survey by June 30.
recycling fever event
Eaton County's second recycling event for 2021 is Recycling Fever on June 19th from 9AM - 2PM. Reservations are required & all participants *must be Eaton County (non-commercial) residents*. We're accepting the following materials:
~ Household Hazardous Waste
~ Tires *Limit 10 per vehicle
Registration will be available until June 17, 2021 at 12:00 pm. Please view the event flyer for additional details: https://www.eatoncounty.org/.../Recycling-Fever-Flyer...
Please Note: ACCEPTED MATERIALS AT 2021 EVENTS have changed due to COVID-19 pandemic safety precautions and/or impacts. We will *NOT* be accepting paper for shredding, books, batteries, eye glasses, or hearing aids at this event. For information on recycling/disposal of these and other non-accepted items visit our websites "How Do I Recycle" and "Recycling Events" pages.
To find more information including the event flyer, volunteer sign up, and other 2021 events, visit the "Recycling Events" page: https://www.eatoncounty.org/913/Recycling-Events
Michigan farmer goes extra mile to protect the environment - maeap
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what is a watershed? how nature makes clean water
How does a watershed work — and why are these natural filters critical for clean drinking water? This video explores how watersheds benefit people and nature. It also explains how a student-built water garden can demonstrate the filtering power of a watershed.
Eaton Cd's cheers to 75 years virtual pub tour!
2021 is Eaton Conservation District's 75th Anniversary! We began conserving the natural resources of Eaton County back in 1946. On Jan. 28th we hosted our first ever virtual annual meeting on Facebook Live due to the Covid-19 pandemic. You can now watch our brewery interviews from our Jan. 28th event below. We look forward to sharing historical photos of Eaton County throughout 2021. Cheers to 75 years!
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