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Be on the lookout this hunting season! Energy Transfer Partners will be working on their Rover Pipeline Project this fall. MUCC has agreed to spread the word in order to unsure hunter safety practices, especially in the presence of the pipeline project as there may be pipeline workers in your hunting area. Along with discussing…[Read More...]
November 19, 2014 / Drew YoungeDyke / Make A Comment / Blog, Bowhunting, Deer Hunting, Habitat, Hunting, Latest News, Livin' Wild Wednesdays, News, OTG, Recruitment and Retention, Volunteer, WildLife Wednesday
This past year, 400 volunteers showed up to improve fish and wildlife habitat through MUCC’s On the Ground program. Scanning my Facebook feed over the last month, I’ve been excited to see a few of them connecting on deer this season. I’m not saying it’s karma rewarding them with venison for their volunteer efforts, but…[Read More...]
Matt Lubaway is a long time member of MUCC and the Metrowest Steelheaders . Also, he is a master fly rod builder specializing in custom rods and restoration. Matt has kindly donated his most recent project to MUCC for our 2015 Outdoor Raffle. More info about the raffle and how this rod can be yours is coming soon. But in the…[Read More...]
from www.Ussportsmen.org Our trapping heritage played an important role in the discovery and early economics of the United States – and it still does today. Trading posts and companies followed trappers west, creating jobs and providing a foundation for communities. Trappers were valuable citizens who provided resources and skills that people depended upon for survival….[Read More...]
For Immediate Release November 17, 2014 Last week, the final comment period closed on a lengthy rule-making process regarding the definition of “Waters of the United States” within the Clean Water Act. While comments from Michigan residents are a mixed bag, conservation organizations including hunting and fishing organizations throughout the country have shown support for…[Read More...]
By MUCC Policy Intern, Nick Bade-Dodge Hunters, with firearm season starting this Saturday, you should remember changes to hunting zones in Southern Michigan. In June, the NRC approved a change in firearms regulations that allows straight-walled cartridges to be fired with a rifle in zones that previously only permitted the use of shotguns. In addition,…[Read More...]
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