The Eastern Upper Peninsula CWMA (EUPCWMA) is now known as the Three Shores Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area!

Three Shores CISMA is a partnership of city, county, state, federal, and tribal officials who have joined together with local citizens, landowners, and not-for-profit groups to share invasive plant management resources. Our goal is to facilitate cooperation and coordination networking across jurisdictional boundaries.

Three Shores CISMA covers Chippewa, Mackinac and Luce Counties as well as Hiawatha National Forest.

Partners

Bay Mills Indian Community
Chippewa County
Chippewa County Road Commission
Chippewa/Luce/Mackinac Conservation District
Chippewa Ottawa Resource Authority
Clark Township
Curtis Garden Club
Eastern Upper Peninsual Board of Realtors
Gregory Gardens, LLC
Grossman Forestry Co.
Haylake Horticultural Service
Hendricks Township
Hiawatha Shore-to-Shore
North Country Trail Association

Lake Superior State University
Les Cheneaux Watershed Council
Little Traverse Conservancy
Luce County Road Commission
Mackinac County
MDNR Brimley State Park
MDNR Fisheries Division
MDNR Forest Management Division
MDNR Muskallonge State Park
MDNR Straits State Park
MDNR Tahquamenon State Park
MDNR Wildlife Division
Michigan Karst Conservancy
Michigan Natural Features Inventory
Michigan Nature Association
Northern Natives Erosion Control, LLC
Portage Township
Sault Area Garden Club
Sault Ste. Marie Field Naturalists of Michigan and Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians
Seney National Wildlife Refuge
St. Mary's River Sportsman's Club
The Forestland Group
The Nature Conservancy
Upper Peninsula Resource Conservation & Development Council
USDA Forest Service, Hiawatha National Forest
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

contact us

Nick Cassel
Chippewa/Luce/Mackinac Conservation District
2847 Ashmun Street
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Ph: 906-632-9611 ext. 121
threeshorescisma@gmail.com

Upcoming Events

2018 Michigan Inland Lakes Convention

Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference

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