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Call Senators to Support Commercial Fishing Legislation

June 5, 2018 | 1 Comment

Michigan United Conservation Clubs needs your help to ensure that game fish are not allowed for commercial harvest and that more stringent regulations are placed on commercial anglers. Senate Bill 0925 was introduced by Senator Michael Green (R-Mayville) on April 10 and was referred to the Senate Committee on Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. The hearing…

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On the Ground Jr: Murphy Elementary at Rose Lake SGA

May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

On Wednesday, May 30th and Thursday, May 31st, 100 students from Murphy¬†Elementary in the Haslett public schools built brush piles and pulled garlic mustard in the Rose Lake State Game Area to improve wildlife habitat. The students then enjoyed an afternoon of activities including mammal pelt ID, duck decoy ID and archery at the Rose…

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Fishing Fun!

May 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

This week in the Education Department, we spent several days fishing with kids. It started last week on Tuesday and continued throughout the next seven days.¬† We were able to fish with middle school students in Bay City, the public in Williamston, the public in Lansing, and fifth graders in Haslett.¬† All combined we fished…

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