Michigan Sea Grant Extension’s free daylong event offers sessions on lake water levels, whitefish stocks, cisco restoration, safety and more.
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.
Planting native plants on your lakeshore can help to enhance the ecosystem by providing habitat for animals and aquatic animals. There are many resources available to help you select the plants that are best suited to your lakeshore.
Prevent aquarium animals and plants from invading our waterways by following simple steps.
The easiest way to look for erosion and its possible causes is to walk along the shoreline or take a boat ride close to the shoreline.
Citizen scientists collect valuable information to be used by researchers, policy-makers and natural resources managers.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore on mighty Lake Superior provides incredible recreational opportunities.