Michigan United Conservation Clubs is the largest statewide conservation organization in the nation. A fresh reminder about our history; we were founded in 1937 with a purpose to unite conservation clubs throughout the state and conserve, protect, and enhance Michigan’s natural resource and outdoor heritage. Our strength in doing so is in our membership and support with over 70,000 hunters, anglers, trappers and conservationists and over 200 affiliated local clubs around the state.
Our clubs range from all walks of life, united by their shared commitment to conserving Michigan’s natural resources and defending our rights to hunt, fish, and trap. Their dues support our programs, whether that’s through; educating the next generation of conservationists, conserving and enhancing fish and wildlife habitat, and advocating for the rights to hunt, fish and trap.
We are proud of our clubs and wanted to share this by highlighting each of our clubs by region on an interactive map. The map can be found HERE. The map is a great representation of how connected we are throughout the state, with clubs being found in every region. We also wanted the map to serve as a means of communication by providing each club icon with the clubs contact information (phone number/website). It’s a great way to see what clubs can be found in your area, for future projects or meetings.
As an AmeriCorps member, serving with MUCC, the unity that MUCC provides was very apparent from the start. I much enjoyed piecing this club map project together and am looking forward to watching it grow.