Have you seen Environment and Climate Change's tree swallow boxes along the river? This year is our last year of monitoring. Tree swallows feed on insects that emerge from the sediment at the bottom of the river, where they may be exposed to toxic chemicals such as PCBs, mercury and PAHs. By analyzing the eggs and plasma of tree swallows, researchers can determine if contaminants are adversely affecting reproduction. More ➡️ tinyurl.com/drres1... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to everyone who came out for the Detroit River Evening on June 24th, 2021 on Zoom! Thanks to all the presenters who provided updates on the imp […]
From tree plantings and clean ups, to advocacy and education programs, CLICK HERE to find out how you can be involved with protecting and enhancing the Detroit River.
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.