Mid-Michigan Cluster

The Mid-Michigan Cluster engages the Ingham, Eaton, Clinton and Shiawassee County communities in conserving native plants and wildlife in all their natural diversity by: Facilitating the sharing of expertise in natural lands management between public and non-profit organizations and the community; Inventorying native plant and wildlife communities; Mapping invasive species and other threats to biodiversity; Planning and performing invasive species removal and natural area restoration; Encouraging community understanding and enjoyment of our native ecosystems through education and volunteering.

The Mid-Michigan Cluster covers Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton Counties.

Partners

East Lansing Parks, Recreation & Arts
Ingham Conservation District
Ingham County Parks Department
Lake Lansing Watershed Advisory Board
Meridian Township Parks and Land Preservation Advisory Board
Michigan Audubon Society
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Michigan Department of Transportation
Michigan Natural Features Inventory
Michigan State University
Michigan State University Vets to Ag Program
Middle Grand River Organization of Watersheds
Mid-Michigan CISMA
Shiawassee County Road Commission
Wild Ones Red Cedar Chapter

Contact us

Jim Hewitt
Coordinator midmich@stewardshipnetwork.org

Leslie Kuhn
Field Projects Coordinator KuhnL@msu.edu
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