Adopt-A-Stream Day – May 4th

4-H Clubs will be joining with youth groups, scouts and families at this year’s May 4th Adopt-A-Stream day for a FREE educational and environmentally beneficial project.  Organizers say it is a great hands-on project for youth and adults who want to help improve the  local water quality.  Adopt-A-Stream allows county residents to become actively involved in improving local water quality by testing, cleaning and monitoring a portion of a county stream, river or drain.  Anyone interested in taking action to improve the local watershed is eligible and encouraged to take part.  Groups will meet in Goodells County Park at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 4th, near the horse arena for a group clean-up of the Pine River and everyone is invited who would like to participate. Organizers say just wear water proof boots and dress accordingly.Anyone who would like to participate can contact Liane for a one hour, week-day, training.  Liane can help you to choose a stream, river or drain, she says, just call for more information at (810) 989-6935 or email her at