Department of Natural Resources
The Huron River system flows through the southeast Michigan counties of Oakland, Ingham, Livingston, Washtenaw, Monroe and Wayne. The mainstream originates in Big Lake and the Huron Swamp northwest of Pontiac and flows roughly 125 miles to its mouth in the marshlands of Pt. Mouillee on Lake Erie.
The Huron River Plan Full Text (640 KB)
Below are individual sections of the plan:
-Cover Sheet, Preface and Table of Contents
-The Watershed and the Study Area
-Existing Uses and Recreational Opportunities
-Preliminary Natural River Plan
-Appendix A - Part 305, Natural Rivers PA 451 of 1994
-Appendix B - "Alteration of Rivers" Laws
-Appendix C - Related Laws
-Appendix D - Suggestions for Positive Citizen Action
Natural River Zoning Rules - Zoning standards for the Huron River system are found on pages 1-21 and 28-31.