Yesterday evening, at the November monthly Natural Resources Commission meeting, DNR Director Keith Creagh made important adjustments to his plans for doubling the brook trout bag limit in the Upper Peninsula as outlined in the revised Fisheries Order 200. Throughout the last year and a half, MUCC has worked with the Conservation Coalition to give […]U.P. Brook Trout Bag Limit Issue Settled For Now
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The wolf management bill is officially moving. The Senate committee on Natural Resources passed out Senate Bill 1350, which would designate the wolf as a game species in Michigan and authorize a potential future wolf hunting season, on a 5-2 party-line vote. MUCC has been working on this issue for the past year and is delighted to […]Wolf Management Bill On The Move!
A recent poll conducted by the National Wildlife Federation on hunters and anglers garnered some interesting results. Hunters and anglers across the country are on average more conservative and tend to vote Republican and independent. While this trend may not come as a huge surprise, this same group when polled showed strong support for conservation, […]New Poll Released on Hunter, Angler Interests
Having an understanding of where Michigan’s legislators stand on key conservation and natural resources issues is important to MUCC and our work. With almost 250 candidates running for spots in the Michigan House and Congress, we did our best to get to know their thoughts. A full month before the election, we sent out questionnaires […]Lack of Attention to Conservation Issues?
With elections for Michigan’s Congress and House of Representatives just days away, MUCC had an opportunity to find out where candidates stood on some of the most pressing issues surrounding natural resources for MUCC’s members. Two questionnaires, one for state representative candidates and another for Michigan congressional candidates, were sent out asking whether candidates […]Michigan Legislative Candidate Questionnaires Answered
With the election 2012 days away, MUCC was able to ask the camps of both President Obama and Governor Romney their thoughts on how if elected they would help the outdoors in Michigan. These responses were printed in the most recent November/December 2012 issue of Michigan Out-of-Doors Magazine. Below is the response of Governor Mitt […]Hunting For Votes: Mitt Romney
With the election 2012 days away, MUCC was able to ask the camps of both President Obama and Governor Romney their thoughts on natural resources and how if elected they would help the outdoors in Michigan. These responses were printed in the most recent November/December 2012 issue of Michigan Out-of-Doors Magazine. Below is the response […]Hunting For Votes: Barack Obama
Check out the November 1st Conservation Insider: Wolf Updates; New Senate Bill, Lawsuits Filed. Click here to read all about it! Be sure to keep a look out Monday before the polls open for MUCC’s 2012 Election Center email. Get the scoop on candidates’ views on key conservation issues!November 1 Conservation Insider
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