Grand-Raisin Cluster

Conceived to promote the science and art of land restoration, the Grand-Raisin Cluster (GRC) was formed in late 2002. Each year since, we have offered public workshops on subjects of interest to those who would explore and interact with native habitats. The GRC has two main areas of focus: 1) on the ground conservation action and planning, and 2) educating community members in conservation issues, techniques and other relevant topics. The GRC provides unique educational opportunities through events, workshops, activities and online networking to share ideas, information, skills and resources to enable local groups to increase their capacity to care for local land and water.

The Grand-Raisin Cluster covers Jackson, Hillsdale, and Lenawee Counties.

Partners

Adrian College
Dahlem Environmental Education Center
Friends of the Southern Michigan Railroad
Frog Holler Farm
Grand River Environmental Action Team (G.R.E.A.T.)
Hidden Lake Gardens
Iron Creek Properties
Jackson Area Men’s Garden Club
Jackson College
Jackson County Conservation District
Jackson County Master Gardeners
Legacy Land Conservancy
Lenawee Conservation District
Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP)
Michigan Conservation Stewards Program
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Michigan Nature Association
Oh these Irish Hills!
Raisin Valley Land Trust
River Raisin Partnership
River Raisin Watershed Council
The Nature Conservancy in Michigan
Upper Grand River Watershed Alliance
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation
YMCA Storer Camps

Contact us

Bob Kellum
Ph: 517-431-2412

Monica Day
Jackson County MSU Extension
Ph: 517-768-2046

raisin@stewardshipnetwork.org
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