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Michigan United Conservation Clubs is the largest statewide conservation organization in the nation. Founded in 1937, our mission is to unite citizens to conserve, protect and enhance Michigan's natural resources and outdoor heritage. This mission drives everything we do as an organization.

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In the Field: Working with Neighbors to Prevent Trespassing

July 12, 2016 |

by Anna Mitterling, Wildlife Cooperative Coordinator, MUCC Dealing with trespassing on Private Property can be a major issue of concern and frustration. Below is an expert from an article written by Anna Mitterling and Brad Nicoll that will be published in the Fall 2016 edition of the Michigan Out-of-Doors Magazine. Enjoy. To read the full…

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OPPORTUNITIES TO VOLUNTEER FOR WILDLIFE WITH MUCC THIS SUMMER

July 6, 2016 |

As summertime is in full swing here in Michigan, keep these wildlife habitat improvement events in mind this summer as a way to give back to the public lands we all enjoy with our families and friends. I can’t help but notice the boats, bikes, and RV’s taking over the highways as I travel to…

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DEQ, DNR, MDARD HOSTING BOAT LAUNCH EVENTS FOR AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES AWARENESS WEEK

June 29, 2016 |

DEQ Press Release:  Gov. Rick Snyder has proclaimed July 3-9 as Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week in Michigan, and state departments are observing the week with outreach events at more than 50 boat launches statewide. AIS are non-native aquatic plants and animals that disrupt the natural ecosystem, tourism and the economy. (MUCC Photo: European FrogBit takes over a…

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