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The Older Campers Survived the Heat

July 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

With the camp season, crossing the midway point the programming and activities picked up this week. For our third week of campers, we were joined by our first week of older campers. This week we were home away from home for 76 campers ages 12-15. These campers traveled from all over the state to spend…

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OTG: Looking Ahead

July 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

Final call for July OTG events This Saturday, July 20 marks the end of our July OTG events. We will be in the Gladwin State Game Area improving rabbit, ruffed grouse, and small game habitat and in Brethren hosting our annual Manistee River Clean-Up with Steelhead Manifesto. Take your pick between these two great events,…

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CWD Regs Passed at July NRC

July 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

A bevy of regulations related to chronic wasting disease and white-tailed deer management were passed by the Natural Resources Commission during July’s meeting and will be implemented for the 2019 hunting season. The meeting was held at the MSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Lansing. Every NRC meeting is streamed live through MUCC’s Facebook page. If…

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