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Weigh in on Deer Proposal for Northwest MI

April 26th, 2012 by Amy Trotter.

Public Educational Meetings for Proposed Expansion of Antler Restrictions to 12 Northwest Michigan Counties Public informational meetings will be presented beginning tonight and throughout the spring/summer by the Northwest Michigan Quality Deer Management Association (NW MI QDMA), regarding the proposed expansion of the DMU 045 Leelanau County Antler Point Restriction(3pt restriction per one side, 4pt […]

Weigh in on Deer Proposal for Northwest MI

Pheasant Restoration Initiative is Underway in Southeast Michigan

April 25th, 2012 by Amy Trotter.

Lake Hudson Pheasant Cooperative’s 1st Annual Meeting was a Success! Lenawee County – On Saturday, April 21, 2012 the Lake Hudson Pheasant Cooperative (LHPC) hosted its 1st Annual meeting for members, curious neighbors and partners (Lenawee Conservation District, Lenawee and Monroe Pheasants Forever Chapters, U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Michigan DNR) at Margarita’s Restaurant in […]

Pheasant Restoration Initiative is Underway in Southeast Michigan

April 20, 2012 Conservation Insider

April 23rd, 2012 by Amy Trotter.

Check out the April 20, 2012 MUCC Conservation Insider: Earth Day, Fish, and Firearms! Click here to read all about it!

April 20, 2012 Conservation Insider

Stop Asian Carp Act Re-introduced in Congress

April 20th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

MUCC has learned that the U.S. Senate and House recently introduced new bills aimed at combating the spread of Asian carp in to the Great Lakes. The legislation directs the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to complete within 18 months its study on how to separate the Great Lakes and Mississippi watersheds to block the […]

Stop Asian Carp Act Re-introduced in Congress

MUCC says “Camo” is the True Color of Earth Day

April 20th, 2012 by Amy Trotter.

Since 1937, the hunters, anglers, and trappers of MUCC have celebrated Earth Day every day Sunday is Earth Day. On the annual holiday, Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC) will once again remind Michigan that for the hunters, anglers and trappers, every day is Earth Day. “Not only are sportsmen and women the original conservationists, we […]

MUCC says “Camo” is the True Color of Earth Day

Demmer Center Passing on Shooting Sports Traditions

April 20th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

We talk a lot about the value that sportsmen and women bring to conservation in this state, as well as around the country. We are the foremost supporters of fish and wildlife conservation, both in money and time. Michigan State University’s Rifle and Pistol Club recently made news in the shooting sports world by bringing […]

Demmer Center Passing on Shooting Sports Traditions

Protecting the Rights of American Sportsmen and Women

April 18th, 2012 by Amy Trotter.

MUCC applauds the passage of the Sportsmen’s Heritage Act of 2012 (H.R.4089) yesterday in the U.S. House of Representatives. This bill, which passed with bipartisan support (274-146), will protect the traditional right of American sportsmen and women to fish and hunt from bureaucratic restrictions and limitations. It will remove government roadblocks to these activities on […]

Protecting the Rights of American Sportsmen and Women

Annual Tree Give Away and Sale Announced

April 18th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

West Michigan Nursery, Vans Pines, is holding their annual tree sale and give-away on April 28, 2012.  These special prices and are available only to MUCC affiliated clubs.  Thanks to Vans Pines for sponsoring this event for many years!     ANNUAL TREE GIVE AWAY AND SALE SATURDAY APRIL 28, 2012 9:00 am to 2:00 […]

Annual Tree Give Away and Sale Announced

Public Input Needed on Michigan’s Muskie Regulations

April 12th, 2012 by Amy Trotter.

Muskellunge (muskie) populations are widely distributed across Michigan, but they are somewhat limited as they occur in only 116 waters. Although they can tolerate a wide range of environmental conditions from warm to cool water, they typically enjoy only modest spawning success and are highly vulnerable to exploitation and habitat deterioration. Given some of their […]

Public Input Needed on Michigan’s Muskie Regulations

The Future of Salmon Stocking in Lake Michigan

April 10th, 2012 by Amy Trotter.

The managed stocking of Chinook salmon into Lake Michigan began in 1967 and proved to be a successful program spearheaded by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. From the advent of the program until the late 1980s, there was a direct relationship between Chinook stocking and harvest numbers; the more salmon the DNR put in, […]

The Future of Salmon Stocking in Lake Michigan

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