Trail Improvements are on the way!
The Missaukee Area Community Foundation
awards Missaukee Conservation District $1000 for trail improvements
Native Plant Sale
Pest Management Workshop
Crafts and fun!!!
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
starting at 10 am.
Stay tuned for more information.
Missaukee County Recycling Center
6240 W. Sanborn Road, Lake City
Wednesday 9 to 5 and Saturday 9 to 1
Click here for a list of what is accepted.
Missaukee County is accepting applications for
a part-time Recycling worker. Must be able to lift 70# and have heavy equipment experience.
Resumes due 5/29/13 to Sherry L. Blaszak, Missaukee Conservation District, 6180
W. Sanborn, Ste 3, Lake City, MI 49651 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Going native can be a smart choice for Michigan landscapes. Visit the MSUE website by clicking on the previous sentence to learn more about natives.
6180 W. Sanborn Rd.
Lake City, MI 49651
shall serve as a catalyst to promote the wise steward- ship of natural resources, through education, planning and technical assistance.
Programs and materials are open to all without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, or family status.
The Missaukee Conservation District was formed in 1949 by a group of area farmers-Ben Shetenhelm, Tom Berghouse, Ralph Baas, Henry Doll, and Wilford Coffey-with the intent of working with local landowners to conserve soil and water resources and to prevent and control erosion. The District is still committed to that goal with a mission to provide for the care, informed usage, and protection of natural resources by creating awareness of conservation issues and by being the leader in providing innovative assistance.
There are 78 Conservation Districts in Michigan that are the local providers of natural resource management services that help our citizens conserve their lands and our environment for a cleaner, healthier, economically stronger Michigan.
As local, special purpose units of government, each Conservation District is governed by a locally elected, five-member board of directors. The guiding philosophy of Michigan Conservation Districts is that local people should make decisions on conservation issues at the local level, with technical assistance provided by government.