"All life is part of our Earth’s complex ecosystem. People share space on this planet with all other forms of life (flora & fauna) and we interact with this planets air, water, soils and minerals. It is in our best interest to promote and support a healthy and sustainable environment. The Maple River and it’s watershed is a cohesive unit that reflects our behavior and actions relative to it’s survival. We all need to make a commitment to promote the wise use of the Maple River and it’s watershed.”
E.J. Mikula - Biologist
A float trip has been scheduled for Saturday December 7th. We will start from Blair Road (upstream of 127) and people can go downstream as far as they desired. We will start gathering at Blair Road around 9 AM, we can coordinate on spotting vehicles, etc. as necessary and then try to push off around 10 AM. The expectation is that most will be able to take out within a couple of hours such that things will wrap up around noon or so.
The December meeting is being set to dovetail with the MGROW annual meeting. For information on this meeting click here .
The Maple River Trail Guide is a laminated flip guide to the Maple River. It contains maps, distances between stops, and the Maple River History. It is now available to purchase for $10. The River Guides can be purchased at any of the bimonthly meetings or other FOTMR events. Or you can email us at email@example.com and we can see about making other delivery arrangements on a case by case basis.
Upper Maple River Watershed Management Planning Activity
A cooperative effort of local, state and federal government organizations, educational institutions, citizen/landowner groups, conservation groups, and the business community, to provide education, coordination and encourage public participation and support that will benefit the preservation and improvement of the Upper Maple River Watershed. Get more information here.