Trash pulled from the Rifle River

Trash pulled from the Rifle River

RIFLE RIVER CLEANUP EVENTS

Each year the RRRC completes a cleanup event on the Rifle River.  Partnering with local governments, canoe liveries, area businesses and volunteers, the RRRC cleans up canoe-loads of garbage out of the Rifle River.   

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STREAM BANK RESTORATION PROJECTS

The RRRC looks for areas along the Rifle River that are suffering from erosion and will help to restore the riverbank to reduce sediments in the river, which improve water quality in the river. We're currently looking for property owners along the river interested in partnering with us to do tree-revetment project(s) in the fall of 2018. 

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Tree revetment in Arenac County, 2016

Tree revetment in Arenac County, 2016


Find public access locations on the Rifle River

Find public access locations on the Rifle River

RIVER WATER-TRAIL MAP

This river access map is from a printed pamphlet that was created by the RRRC and is available at various locations within the Rifle River Watershed.  The guide shows the locations of public access points along the Rifle River.

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Aerial Video of the Rifle River from 2018

Aerial Video of the Rifle River from 2018

AERIAL VIDEO SURVEYS

The RRRC is helping organizations such as the Arenac Conservation District, Scouts of America BSA, and local canoe liveries w/ aerial flyover video-surveys of the Rifle River, providing valuable information on river obstructions, stream bank erosion identification and general river conditions.


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