Michigan is home to 20 million acres of forestland, supporting more than 125,000 jobs and contributing more than $17 billion to Michigan’s economy. MSU Extension’s forestry programs help landowners become effective stewards of our forests.Newsletter Sign-up
Volunteer leader training program inspires Michigan residents to engage in local conservation efforts.
Michigan Conservation Stewards Program partners explain how graduates jumpstart conservation activities at the local level.
With so much focus on exotic pests when they move into our forest resources, there is a tendency to overlook damage from native species, such as the sugar maple borer.