For the love of Michigan elk: Volunteers critical to the success of herd

A lot of hard work takes place every day, from public and private groups, to scientists and volunteers, to ensure that Michigan’s wildlife and natural resources can be enjoyed for years to come. On June 2, 2018, Michigan United Conservation… Read more “For the love of Michigan elk: Volunteers critical to the success of herd”

Hatching a plan: How hatcheries help to maintain a healthy, diverse fish population

Great Lakes fish – and fishing – have long shaped the culture, economy and quality of life for people in Michigan. All Michiganders have a vested interest in supporting efforts to conserve fish species to ensure that they are available… Read more “Hatching a plan: How hatcheries help to maintain a healthy, diverse fish population”

Polishing a gem: Plan aims for St. Clair-Detroit River system improvements

In a state chock-full of natural wonders, the St. Clair-Detroit River system is one of the most distinctive, referred to by one conservationist as Michigan’s “sparkling gem.” The unique waterway linking Lake Huron to Lake Erie is considered North America’s… Read more “Polishing a gem: Plan aims for St. Clair-Detroit River system improvements”