Honors Program at Ferris State University

Day of Service & Learning: Muskegon River Watershed Assembly

Student will help clean up the Muskegon River of debris. Volunteers will start at the Sawmill Canoe livery and float/clean to Highbanks park.  Approximately 3 ½ miles of river will be cleaned and take about 4 hours. This is a great opportunity to get outside, canoe, and volunteer all at the same time. Student should dress prepared to get out of the canoe and get wet and/or a little dirty. Garbage bags will be provided.   

This event is part of the 2015 Day of Service & Learning; a project started in 2014 by the Honors Program, that provides as many students as possible with a meaningful service opportunity at the start of the year. This project also provided the community with valuable help and support from Ferris. Please check out all opportunities and sign up on OrgSync. As a bonus the first 100 honors students to sign up will receive a t-shirt. Volunteers will be notified if they receive a shirt at the event and to get credit for your service hours please complete the survey for the event and log your hours.

If you have any questions regarding the event or OrgSync please contact Charles Malone, the Honors Advisor at CharlesMalone@ferris.edu.