The Detroit River Canadian Public Advisory Council (PAC) is comprised of individuals with an interest in the health of the Detroit River. The PAC provides a route through which the public can provide input on the cleanup of the Detroit River. The PAC meets 3-4 times per year. For more information and for the next PAC meeting date, please contact the RAP Coordinator.
The role of the Education and Public Involvement (EPI) Work Group is to work closely with the PAC to assess the public’s perception of the Detroit River and inform the public about the ongoing cleanup effort. Annual education projects include Peche Island Day, free film screenings and other events, lesson plan development, and brochure and other educational literature development. The EPI meets 3-4 times per year (with the PAC). For more information and for the next meeting date, please contact the RAP Coordinator.
In partnership with the Essex Region Conservation Authority, the DRCC supports community tree plantings and garbage clean ups in the Detroit River watershed. For more information, please contact the RAP Coordinator.