Preserving Michigan wildlife: How you can help

Volunteers with the DNR working to clear garlic mustard, an invasive species

eightWest – WOODTV
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Muskegon State Park is home to a variety of ecosystems, and therefore a variety of wildlife. It's 1,300 acres boast two miles of shoreline along Lake Michigan, and over a mile of shoreline along Muskegon Lake. In addition, it contains a forested dune area, which not only allows for our visitors to participate in a multitude of outdoor activities, but is home to a long list of species.

The park is also experiencing issues with invasive species. Park personnel are currently in the process of removing invasive species such as Hemlock woolly adelgid, spotted knapweed, garlic mustard and others. If you are interested in getting involved in this project and other similar projects across the state of Michigan, please visit michigan.gov/DNRVolunteers.

 

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