Upper Looking Glass River Watershed
The Upper Looking Glass watershed comprises 13 sub-basins within four counties (which are ranked by area situated within the watershed): Shiawassee, Clinton, Ingham, and Livingston. This Upper Looking Glass River watershed management plan was designed to focus on the 12 sub-basins above the Remy-Chandler drain in order to avoid duplicating the storm water planning efforts in the Remy-Chandler sub-basin. This plan includes limited information on the Remy-Chandler and generally lists the sub-basin as an area that requires further watershed protection measures. The dominant land use in the upper Looking Glass watershed is agriculture; however, much of the upper watershed exists in a relatively natural state providing forest land, open fields, wetlands, and long segments of abundant tree canopies that shade the river. Low-density residential is the second most prominent land use in the watershed.
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