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Founded in 1937, Michigan United Conservation Clubs is the largest statewide conservation organization in Michigan. Its mission is to unite citizens to conserve, protect and enhance Michigan’s natural resources and outdoor heritage.

 

 

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    Cooperative Meetings are Important

    By Anna Mitterling, Michigan Wildlife Cooperative Coordinator, MUCC We all have busy schedules, especially once you have kids (at least that is what I am told will happen come October...). One thing I know is that the leaders of cooperatives put a lot of their personal time and money into organizing a cooperative and any cooperative functions that come up. Given all they have going on, and the time they sacrifice setting up a cooperative, we can all imagine and understand how disappointing it would be to do all the planning and grunt work for a cooperative meeting to only have a few folks show up.
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    Volunteers Participate in Earth Day by Planting Trees on Public Land

    Volunteers with MUCC’s wildlife habitat program complete projects on Michigan’s public land year-round; but the busier season of projects has begun! Last week a total of one thousand trees and shrubs were planted by volunteers between two projects in the Tuscola State Game Area and the Crane Pond State Game Area. A total of 24 students with the Reese High School Out-of-Doors Club took a day off from school to plant 500 trees in a wildlife opening in the Tuscola SGA on Friday; what a great way to participate on Earth Day. Then on Saturday, 10 volunteers planted another 500 trees in two different locations of the Crane Pond SGA.
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