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This is the place to learn about the White River Watershed, from its headwaters to White Lake's channel into Lake Michigan.

Discover what you can do to help preserve and enhance one of West Michigan's natural treasures.
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The results are in! The results, that is, from last year's sampling and measurements on White Lake, work conducted by volunteers from the White Lake Association and the WRWP. Go to the Science Corner to learn what the data tell us about the health of White Lake.


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Do you miss the Big Lake when

you can't be in it, on it or near it? 

    Whether you're far away or just down the road, click the lighthouse link below anytime to access the White Lake Channel webcam for real-time views of weather and water conditions.  The webcam is maintained through the dedicated efforts of the White Lake Association.

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 Click on the lighthouse for real-time views
of the White River Channel Webcam.

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Follow the water level in the lower White River above Whitehall by clicking here.

__________________________________________________ Click here to see readings from the weather station at the White Lake channel, courtesy of the White Lake Association.

We Rely On Donations From People Like You

The White River Watershed Partnership depends on donations to conduct spring and autumn stream monitoring and assessment of Road Stream Crossings, educating the public about the impact of the changing climate on the White River Watershed and for outreach to muster volunteers, the heart of any non-profit organization. WRWP has no paid staff, relying entirely on people committed to maintaining the health of the watershed.

All donations are fully tax-deductible.

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