Study results indicate that phytoplankton and zooplankton populations are naturally low in the river due to expected river conditions, not human activities. Based on the research findings of all studies, there is no evidence of impairment to the plankton populations in the Detroit River and a “not impaired” status is being recommended by the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup.
Many thanks to everyone who came out for the Detroit River Evening on June 17th, 2020 on Zoom. There were over 150 people who either attended or watch […]
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What is the DRCC?
The Detroit River Canadian Cleanup implements the Remedial Action Plan on behalf of a community-based partnership between the government (federal, provincial, municipal), local industries, researchers, environmental organizations and citizens working together to protect, restore and enhance the Detroit River ecosystem.