In this week’s issue: Michigan On-on-the-Ground kicks off the 2014 season with events at Gratiot-Saginaw State and Sharonville State Game Areas. See what’s cooking with Gourmet Gone Wild. Updates from the MUCC Regional Meetings in Grand Rapids and Saline. DNR Habitat Grants Available. #CPWM Update: Anti-Hunters Sue the State. Recap of the Public Land Town […]Conservation Insider for February, 20 2014.
Take Action on Public Access now! In this edition of the Conservation Insider, we share the story of Eagle Lake public access, give a shout out to our Outdoor Life-award winning Michigan On-The-Ground program, and discuss what’s next for Asian carp. All this and more–click here!January 23, 2014 Conservation Insider
Conservation Insider: Bucks, Wolves and Wetlands. Read all about it here!January 9, 2014 Conservation Insider
Conservation Insider: Citizens for Professional Wildlife Management kicks off with a bang! Find out about this and more here!December 12, 2013 Conservation Insider
The most recent Conservation Insider is now available online. In this issue, we discuss the Defend the Hunt program, proposed Public Education Fund for preserving our outdoor heritage (also called the Colorado Model), and report on a proposal to increase State Park camping fees. See what else in on tap for news on invasive species […]November 14, 2013 Conservation Insider: Save Your Hides, Defend the Hunt
What’s scarier than vampires or werewolves on Halloween? How about Asian carp reproducing the Great Lakes watershed? Also updates on anti-poaching provisions, the Trust Fund, fracking and more–Click here!October 31, 2013 Conservation Insider: Asian Carp Reproducing in Great Lakes Watershed
The most recent Conservation Insider is now available online. In this issue, we discuss the proposed Public Education Fund for preserving our outdoor heritage (also called the Colorado Model), financial transparency in the DNR, the new program Defend the Hunt and smattering of other conservation news stories. Click here to read all about it!October 4, 2013 Conservation Insider: Public Education Fund for Preserving Our Outdoor Heritag
In MUCC’s September Conservation Insider, we share our most recent interview with Governor Rick Snyder following a Great Lakes fishing trip. In addition, more updates on volunteer habitat work on state lands and we clarify the what the Mentored Youth License deer tags can be used for. This and more right here!September 9, 2013 Conservation Insider: MUCC, Affiliates Go Fishing with Gov. Snyder
In MUCC’s newest Conservation Insider, we discussed ongoing work on invasive species. First, an update on the feral swine saga, we also share the recommendations of the Aquatic Invasive Species Council. In a good kind of “invasion,” we write about our volunteer work on public lands and opportunities for grassroots engagement with state and federal […]August 16, 2013 Conservation Insider: Invasives on the Agenda
MUCC reports in its latest Conservation Insider that we are looking for volunteers! Everything from habitat projects to citizen advisory boards to commenting on proposed regulations, we want YOU to get involved! Click here to read all about it!August 1, 2013 Conservation Insider: Habitat Time
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