In 2011, over 100 hunters, anglers and trappers attended the first Camo at the Capitol to tell their legislators they wanted to pass the Hunter Heritage Bill and the Volunteer Bill. The result? The bills passed and now there are more than 10,000 youth hunters in Michigan and volunteers are improving fish and wildlife habitat […]Camo at the Capitol April 18!
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Each year Michigan United Conservation Clubs honors individuals and groups that further its mission of “Uniting Citizens to Conserve, Protect and Defend Michigan’s Natural Resources and Outdoor Heritage.” Please take the time to help us thank those who have advanced the cause of conservation by nominating leaders in our community. 2013 Conservation Award Categories for Nomination: […]2013 Conservation Awards: Who’s Your Conservationist of the Year?
10-mile surveillance testing to occur over next six months The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) announced nearly two weeks ago that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Veterinary Services Laboratory in Ames, Iowa has confirmed bovine Tuberculosis (TB) in the lymph nodes of a Saginaw County dairy cow identified during slaughter […]Bovine TB Confirmed in Saginaw County Dairy Herd; What’s it Mean for Deer?
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