Emmet Conservation District
Emmet Conservation District Michigan Conservation Districts
Emmet County Michigan Michigan Natural Resources
Michigan Conservation Districts

Our mission as stewards of the Environment is to improve the quality of life for residents of Emmet County, by protecting and conserving our natural resources, promoting sound sustainable agriculture practices, and providing educational opportunities for the community.

 


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2013 Annual Report

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2012 Annual Report

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2011 Annual Report

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2010 Annual Report

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2009 Annual Report

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2008 Annual Report

   

· Teacher Resources
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Wildlife Habitat Publications

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Backyard Conservation

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National Timber Tax

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Forest & Tree Health Publications

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Managing Michigan's Wildlife: A Landowner's Guide

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Nest Structures, Feeders & Blinds

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All About Birds

   

Benefactors
• Baiardi Family Foundation, Inc.

Friends
• Audrey Bauer
• Joyce Cather
• Terry Clayton
• Roxane Cook
• John Day
• Joel Donaldson
• Fran Gano
• Lawrence Goethals
• Stephen Hume
• Gerald Jahn
• Henry Lenick
• Susan Mallory
• Bob Rossman
• Sally Swanson
• Patricia West

Donors
• Cydney Steeb
• Mike Tiedeck

Patron
• Pat Duffy
• Dee Irwin
• Russ LaBeau
• Marilynn Smith

If you are interested in supporting the District with a tax-deductible donation, please download and print the form, complete and send with payment to the District. Your donations are tax deductible under Section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Make a Donation

 


Welcome to the Emmet Conservation District
Welcome to the Emmet Conservation District Website, your gateway to natural resource management and source for environmental information and assistance.

What is a Conservation District?
A conservation district is a subdivision of state government. The Michigan Department of Agriculture enforces the rules for conservation districts. Conservation districts focus on natural resource problems and solutions, and promote sustainable agriculture practices.

There are 3000 conservation districts in the United States and, with almost one in every county, conservation districts improve the quality of life for every American. Conservation districts help in the following ways:

  • Provide local conservation leadership, teach the value of natural resources and encourage conservation efforts
  • Promote farm conservation practices that protect soil, water and related natural resources
  • Protect groundwater resources and our lakes, rivers and streams
  • Promote planting of trees and other land covers to hold soil in place, clean the air, provide cover for wildlife and beautify neighborhoods

 

 

Master Naturalist Program

2014

Master Naturalist Program

 

Support Emmet Conservation District
The Emmet Conservation District is operated similar to a nonprofit organization with initiatives and financial support coming from the local community. Your generous contributions will help to ensure the health and beauty of Emmet County's natural resources both for today and for future generations to come. If you are interested in supporting the District with a tax-deductible donation, please donwload and print the form, complete and send with payment to the District. Your donations are tax deductible under Section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Make a Donation

  • Friend - $10+
  • Donor - $50+
  • Patron - $100+
  • Sponsor - $500+
  • Benefactor - $1,000+

Thank You to Our Volunteers!

Thanks so much to our dedicated volunteers, without whose help we couldn’t have accomplished all we did in 2013 and hope to do in 2014:

  • Pat Duffy, Dee Irwin, Terri Law, John Masson, Lorraine Lund, Ann Hendrick, Larry Hendrick, Jane Stone, Babette Stenuis Stoltz, Eileen Bur and Connie Schach.

If you enjoy being outdoors or getting involved in environmental projects and would like to volunteer your time helping the Conservation District, please contact Cydney Steeb by calling (231) 439-8977 or email cydney.steeb@macd.org.

 
 
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