The members of the Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners are stewards of our state’s most important natural resource: water.
Michigan’s drain commissioners, sometimes called water resources commissioners, administer laws involving flood protection, stormwater management, and soil erosion and seek to protect Michigan’s water resources in the process.
Today, drain commissioners strive to balance the need for proper drainage with water quality and natural resource management in a cost-effective manner, resulting in public health benefits.
The Little Salt Creek Drain is an intercounty with Gratiot, Isabella, and Midland Counties
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