Huron Heartland Invasive Species Network

Our goal is to stop the introduction, spread, and distribution of invasive weed species in the ecosystems along the lake Huron shoreline and adjacent ecosystems to which it connects. The Huron Heartland Invasive Species Network, formerly known as the Northeast Michigan CWMA focuses on the fight against invasive species along the Lake Huron shoreline in Northeast Michigan, but also includes inland invaders as well.

The Northeast Michigan CWMA covers Iosco, Alcona, Alpena, Presque Isle, Cheboygan, Otsego, Montmorency, Crawford, Oscoda, Roscommon and Ogemaw Counties.


Huron Pines
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment
Michigan Natural Features Inventory (MNFI)
Michigan Sea Grant
The Nature Conservancy
Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
U.S. Forest Service
and Local Units of Government

Contact us

Shelby Bauer
Stewardship Team Lead
Huron Pines
Ph: 989-448-2293 ext. 13

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