Open to all clubs that are affiliated with Michigan United Conservation Clubs. WHEN: Saturday, May 11, 2013 9am – 1pm WHERE: Van Pines Nursery 14731 Baldwin St. West Olive, MI 49460 (616) 399-1620 WHAT: Hand Out: 300 plants per Club Eastern White Pine Jumbo Husky Transplants White Spruce Norway Spruce CONIFERS TRANSPLANTS: Austrian Pine $.50 […]2013 MUCC Club Tree Giveaway
by Shaun McKeon, MUCC Youth Camp Coordinator The Michigan OutofDoors Youth Camp has been in operation since the 1940s and has been a place where kids can come and learn about the outdoor world around them as well as the sports of hunting, fishing, and trapping. Over the years more than 55,000 kids have come […]SCI-Novi, Riley Foundation Sponsoring 80 to MUCC Youth Camp
On Thursday, the Michigan Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case of Addison Township v. Jerry Klein Barnhart, which could have far-reaching implications for Michigan shooting ranges. At issue is whether a shooting range’s business or commercial activities invalidate its protection from local zoning ordinances under Michigan’s Sport Shooting Ranges Act. Michigan United […]Shooting Range Case Before Michigan Supreme Court Thursday
This guest blog is by Tony Snyder, President of the Michigan Chapter of National Wild Turkey Federation. The NWTF and DNR are holding their annual tree-planting day, which is just the kind of on-the-ground conservation work that makes a difference. Please join them this Saturday if you can! The Michigan Chapter of National Wild Turkey […]NWTF-Michigan Hosting Annual Habitat Workday
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?
Representative Andrea LaFontaine (R – Columbus Twp.) met with hunters, anglers and trappers in her district on March 26 to discuss natural resources issues at a Sportsmen’s Town Hall hosted by Michigan United Conservation Clubs and Richmond Sportsmen’s Club. Rep. LaFontaine, who chairs the House Committee on Natural Resources, fielded questions from the public and […]Representative LaFontaine Addresses Conservation, Gun Issues at Sportsmen’s Town Hall
MUCC and the Richmond Sportsmen’s Club invite you to attend a Sportsmen’s Town Hall with special guest Representative Andrea LaFontaine (R – Columbus Twp.), Chair of the Michigan House Committee on Natural Resources. The town hall is open to the public and co-hosted by MUCC and Richmond Sportsmen’s Club in Columbus, MI. Representative LaFontaine has […]Sportsmen’s Town Hall
It was an exciting time for our statewide member club and partner Michigan Ducks Unlimited last week as they saw the passage of HB 4337 and SB 234 which would create a Ducks Unlimited fundraising license plate in Michigan. This issue has been a decade’s worth of work for Michigan DU’s members and the journey […]Ducks Unlimited License Plate Bills Pass House, Senate
I recently visited the Bellaire Conservation Club in Antrim County and learned that this little club is doing some very big things. In addition to renovating its indoor pistol range recently, the club hosts a Kids Fishing Day and sponsors kids to attend the MUCC Youth Camp and Tracks magazines for local Boy Scouts. The 2013 […]Bellaire Conservation Club: A Small Club Doing Big Things
This guest blog was written by Joshua Billow of the Saginaw Field and Stream Club. Josh sacrificed his ability to haul heavy logs and run a chainsaw while serving in the Navy, so he volunteered to write about, take pictures and cook lunch for our first wildlife habitat project for the Michigan On-the-Ground program. We […]Hunters Volunteer for Wildlife Habitat
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