Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management (GLRC)

The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management (GLRC) is a guiding body comprised of participating communities within the Greater Lansing Region that operate municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s). The Committee has been established to guide the implementation of the entire permitted MS4 Stormwater Program for the communities within three identified watersheds, the Grand River, the Red Cedar River and the Looking Glass River Watersheds. For more information contact reception@mitcrpc.org.

TCRPC honored Reach Studio Art Center for their stormdrain project they coordinated with the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management (GLRC). See an amazing video about the project HERE.


GLRC






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Collaborations with Regional Partners

Pollution Isn't Pretty

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission partnered with the Middle Grand River Organization of Watersheds and several Mid-Michigan watershed groups and agencies to rollout a recently developed  water resources brand, Pollution Isn’t Pretty. The campaign will streamline multiple organization’s educational efforts to create clear, consistent messages that educate area residents about water quality concerns and what they can do to reduce pollution and protect our region’s water resources. To learn more about Pollution Isn’t Pretty visit www.pollutionisntpretty.org.

CONGRATULATIONS! This campaign received the 2013 Gold ADDY Award! The ADDYs are considered the world's largest advertising competition that recognizes creative excellence in all forms of media and design.

Middle Grand River Organization of Watersheds (MGROW)

The TCRPC is working with MGROW through the Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability to promote our local water resources through public education and outreach efforts like the Pollution Isn’t Pretty campaign mentioned above. In addition, we are working collaboratively on a Grand River Heritage Water Trail. The trail highlights several historical events and places along the Middle Grand River that are an important part of our local heritage.

MGROW Mission Statement: To protect and preserve the history and the natural resources of the Middle Grand River watershed by promoting education, conservation, restoration, and wise use of watershed resources. For more information visit www.mgrow.org.