About WMSECN

The mission of the West Michigan Soil Erosion Control Network (WMSECN) is to protect and enhance our natural environment by promoting effective soil erosion control.

The vision of the WMSECN is to unite interested parties within the western Michigan counties of Kent, Allegan, Ottawa, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Montcalm, Barry, Ionia, and Mecosta into a group dedicated to the discovery, collection, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge toward attaining effective and economical methods and best management practices for preventing erosion of the earth.

We are located in the offices of:

Hanes Geo Components
425 36th Street SW
Wyoming, MI 49548
800 248-8230 (office)
616 530-2317 (fax)

Contact WMSECN via the Board Member Directory

or use our Contact Form.

Our Next Event

Grand Valley Ravines:
Stormwater Management and the Little Mac Bridge

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Glenn A. Niemeyer East Living Center: Multi-Purpose Room

4046 Calder Dr, Allendale, MI 49401

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, rain or shine

Learn about stormwater management at Grand Valley State University and their project to save the Little Mac Bridge while reducing soil erosion and improving stormwater quality in the Grand River Watershed.

Presenters:

Dr. Peter Wampler, GVSU Professor of Geology

Shannon Sullivan, GVSU Director of Construction

Kerri Miller, PE, LEED AP, FTC&H Senior Vice President/Principal

Lunch Included

Members - Free
Non-Members - $10.00

Registration for the Grand Valley Ravines event is now closed.

Click Photo Above for a Poster Regarding this Event

Industry Links

 

IECA


ASCENSPE

DEQ List of Enforcing Agencies (CEA, MEA, APA)

Lower Grand River Organization of Watersheds

Macatawa Area Coordinating Council (MACC)