Educational Programs

Clinton County is proud to provide environmental education opportunities for the community. A range of topics are available, and activities can easily be tailored to meet requests. Programs are offered for formal and informal education settings, as well as for youth and community groups.



Programs focus on the importance of conservation and protecting our environment. Topics include The Three R's: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle,  how waste materials become new products through recycling, how to make your own recycled paper, constructing solar cars and more!


K-12 school presentations are available for classrooms, homeschooling groups, team teaching settings with themed multiple subjects (language arts, social studies, science, math, art, theater, etc) or alternative settings.

Presentations are also available to community groups such as youth groups (Scouts, 4-H, FFA, student clubs), camps, parks and nature centers and adult community groups (clubs, organizations and senior centers or retiree organizations).


The possibilities are endless, and this fantastic resource is available to the public free of charge! Click on the links on the right to access additional information about the programs and resources available. Presentations can be scheduled by calling the office 989-224-5186 or email Waste Management.

Recycling Bingo Challenge 

We invite you to participate in the recycling bingo challenge starting October 1st and ending December 11. Participating residents will get a free reusable collapsible straw and have a chance to win a free composter. This can be a fun family activity and a great way to learn about the different ways you can recycle right in Clinton County!

Click here to find out more information on how to participate.