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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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    Action Alert | Protect Great Lakes Fisheries!

    New legislation has been introduced in the Michigan House of Representatives by Rep. Jon Bumstead (R-Newago) to ban commercial net-pen fish farms in the Great Lakes.  House Bill 5255 would ban commercial cage culture operations from Michigan-controlled waters of the Great Lakes. This is a top priority of MUCC and we are asking our members to contact each legislative committee member to ask them to say Yes to HB 5255 and No to net-pens in the Great Lakes! Read along for their contact information.
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    Volunteers Give Hare-Cuts in the Grayling State Forest

    For the third consecutive year, MUCC’s volunteer based wildlife habitat program has coordinated with DNR Wildlife Biologist Brian Piccolo and DNR Wildlife Technician Tim Riley to improve snowshoe hare habitat in the Grayling State Forest. Last weekend, volunteers hinge-cut trees to provide cover in gap areas of lowland conifer type forest. Eight volunteers from various locations from just 15 to 150 miles joined us to complete this habitat improvement project. This year we were joined by Dr. Gary Roloff of Michigan State University's Deptartment of Fisheries & Wildlife, the lead for the snowshoe hare population study.
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