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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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Ducks, Dogs, Rabbits, Families and Pheasants

March 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

One of the ways we are going to be able to reach new hunters is through partnership.  Last weekend MUCC had the opportunity to take part in an event that was a great example of how working together can make a big difference. On March 23, I helped to serve as a hunter safety instructor…

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MUCC signs onto a letter asking Congress for carp related appropriations

March 25, 2019 | 0 Comments

Michigan United Conservation Clubs signed a letter asking Congress for specific appropriations to combat the threat of Asian carp. Having this funding will help to make the battle against Asian carp a targeted, national effort, rather than a state and local effort. These appropriations will help the Great Lakes as well as the Ohio, Mississippi,…

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Camp Cleanup has Begun!

March 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

The snow is gone, and that means it’s time to start making improvements down at camp! This week, we began our cleanup of the property by removing massive pines (a white pine and an Austrian pine) from the property. Both trees were dead and beginning to rot away. The Austrian pine was in the middle…

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