Antrim Conservation District
The Antrim Conservation District (ACD) was formed in 1944 by local farmers to conserve, improve, and maintain Antrim County's soil and to promote efficient and economical use of the land. ACD serves as the first stop for local citizens, farmers, landowners, conservation groups, and county government for their natural resource needs.
4820 Stover Rd, Bellaire, Michigan, 49615
Black Lake Association
Located in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties in northern Michigan, Black Lake has a surface area of 10,130 acres. It is the seventh largest inland lake in Michigan. The largest body of water in the Black River watershed, it drains through the Lower Black and Cheboygan rivers into Lake Huron. Black Lake is a summer destination for many families from the suburban Detroit area and from other nearby states as well as residents of the neighboring town of Onaway.
PO Box 302, Onaway, Michigan, 49765
Black Lake Preservation Society
Our sole MISSION is to protect and preserve the ecology of Black Lake, its tributaries and watershed through advocacy and program development; and to operate in a transparent, professional and neighborly manner.
2014 N Saginaw Rd Box 260, Midland, Michigan, 48640
Burt Lake Preservation Association
The Mission of the BLPA is the preservation and improvement of Burt Lake and its watershed for quality use by future generations. To do this we will unify the lake community to confront the key issues involving the lake and its watershed. Working in cooperation with federal, state, and local government entities, educational institutions, foundations, conservancies, and other resources, the Association will contribute financial and human resources to fill this goal.
P.O. Box 632, Indian River, Michigan, 49749
Charlevoix Conservation District
The Charlevoix Conservation District works to protect, promote and enhance natural resource conservation in Charlevoix County through partnerships, community outreach and providing landowner support.
303 North Street, Boyne City, Michigan, 49712
Charlevoix County encompasses 3 municipalities, including Boyne City, and 15 townships. The county is 421 square miles and is the state's third smallest. Lake Charlevoix, the third largest in the state with a surface area of over 17,200 acres, is in Charlevoix County.
Cheboygan County, “Michigan’s Shoreline County” Containing miles of beautiful shores along the Straits of Mackinac, Lake Huron; The Inland Waterway, Burt Lake, Mullet Lake, Black Lake, Douglas Lake and dozens of additional inland lakes. Cheboygan County is a great place to live and work, containing some of Michigan’s most visited tourist destinations and recreational assets as well as home to agricultural, health care, paper products, marine contracting, steel fabrication and hundreds of additional small businesses available to serve you.
870 S. Main St, Cheboygan, Michigan, 49721
Cheboygan Long Lake Area Association
The Cheboygan Long Lake Area Association (CLLAA) exists to protect the quality and quantity of water resources in Long Lake and its watershed; to provide a forum for discussion and action on lake-related issues; and to influence positive growth and development while preserving the quality of life for all lake users.
5104 Paradise Trail, Cheboygan, Michigan, 49721
Cheboygan River Preservation Association
The Cheboygan River Preservation Association is committed to the conservation, protection, effective management, respectful use and enjoyment of the Cheboygan River and it's watershed for current and future generations.
P.O. Box 603, Cheboygan, Michigan, 49721
Chippewa Ottawa Resource Authority (CORA)
Chippewa Ottawa Resource Authority (CORA) gathers all 1836 Treaty fishing tribes under it’s mantle, including: Bay Mills Indian Community Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians Little River Band of Ottawa Indians Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians The CORA governing body is composed of each tribes’ chairperson and natural resource entity chairperson. Under the CORA Charter the Great Lakes Resource Committee was established to serve as inter-tribal management body for the 1836 Treaty fishery, and the Inland Lands and Waters Resources Committee was created to oversee inland resource matters.
179 W. Three Mile Road, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 49783
City of Charlevoix
The City of Charlevoix, also known as Charlevoix the Beautiful, is located in Charlevoix County in beautiful northwest Michigan. The City borders picturesque Round Lake, Lake Michigan, and Lake Charlevoix. Charlevoix first became a village in 1871 and was later established as a city in 1905. Charlevoix has a year round population of roughly 3,000 people. The population increases dramatically in the summer months due to tourism and the high number of vacation/seasonal homes. In addition to the typical services offered by cities, Charlevoix is also proud to provide residents and visitors a municipal airport, golf course, marina, ski hill, skateboard park, performance pavilion, four beaches, and seven parks.
210 State Street, Charlevoix, Michigan, 49720
City of Cheboygan
The Mission of the City of Cheboygan is to promote economic opportunity and enhance quality of life through innovative commitment of human and natural resources with continued planning, financial allocation, and implementation of goals by responsive staff, and elected and appointed officials.
403 North Huron St., PO Box 39, Cheboygan, Michigan, 49721
City of East Jordan
If you are looking to vacation or move to an area that is fortunate to possess an endless number of outdoor natural amenities to enjoy all four seasons, have a rich, cultural environment and provide an excellent quality of life, the East Jordan – Ellsworth – Atwood communities are your answer to all of these areas. Whether you choose to visit us for days or move here for years, you will not be without a lack of activities, dining choices, retail offerings, educational opportunities, plus much more! Check us out on our website today!
100 Main Street | P.O. Box 137, East Jordan, Michigan, 49727
City of Harbor Springs
Harbor Springs is a charming waterfront community that lies in a sheltered bay on the north shore of Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan. M-119 connects with US 31 seven miles east and south at Bay View, and Petoskey, which is 4 miles away on the south side of the harbor. The area offers an abundance of natural beauty, four seasons of outdoor activity and an array of cultural and culinary attractions.
160 Zoll Street, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 49740
City of Onaway
Onaway, Michigan is located in the heart of Michigan's popular "Up North" region. Our city is just 45 miles south of the Mackinac Bridge, 5 miles from Onaway State Park and Black Lake, minutes from the Black Mountain Recreation Area, state forest campgrounds, snowmobile trails, and a host of other recreation opportunities. Just four hours north of Detroit makes Onaway the perfect destination for a weekend get-away in Michigan's great "Up North". Come up and see why we are called the "Playground of the North" because of our diversified northern Michigan recreational activities.
P.O. Box 761, Onaway, Michigan, 49765
City of Petoskey
Downtown Petoskey, Michigan, is one of the most treasured downtowns in the United States. Nestled on the shores of Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan, residents and tourists enjoy over 170 unique shops and fine restaurants in the famous Gaslight Shopping District. The downtown area of Petoskey, Michigan, serves as a hub for resorters from Bay Harbor, Bay View, Harbor Springs, Walloon Lake, and the surrounding Emmet County region.
101 E. Lake St, Petoskey, Michigan, 49770
Douglas Lake Improvement Association
The purpose of the Douglas Lake Improvement Association is to preserve, protect and improve the quality of Douglas Lake and its environs and the quality of life of its residential community.
PO Box 472, Pellston, Michigan, 49769
Elk Skegemog Lakes Association
The mission of the Elk Skegemog Lakes Association (ESLA) is to do all things and take such actions as may be necessary or desirable to protect and preserve the environment of the area of the Elk-Skegemog watershed, including connecting lakes, streams and wetlands.
P.O. Box 8, Elk Rapids, Michigan, 49629
Emmet Conservation District
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.
3434 Harbor-Petoskey Rd., Suite E, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 49740
Emmet County is located in the northwestern tip of Michigan’s lower peninsula, on the sunset side of Michigan. Our main towns are the communities of Petoskey (the county seat), Harbor Springs, Bay Harbor, Alanson, Pellston, and a portion of Mackinaw City.
200 Division Street, Petoskey, Michigan, 49770
Friends of Clam Lake
To be a responsible advocate of reality, truth and vigilance, with a focus on the continued quality of Clam Lake and the safe public and private use of this wonderful treasure in the Chain-of-Lakes.
Friends of the Jordan
The Friends of the Jordan River Watershed is a grass roots conservation organization that was established in 1990 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and preservation of the watershed. Over the years, the organization has hosted numerous public information seminars and activities. It networks with a multitude of groups and organizations and mentors students on water quality and natural resource issues. They are tireless advocates for the natural features of the Jordan River Watershed, seeking ways to remediate past abuses and striving to balance sustainable use for the future.
PO Box 412, East Jordan, Michigan, 49727
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians
We, the Tribal Council of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians, a Sovereign Nation, honor our ancestors and strive to empower the wellbeing of our present and future members. Our ultimate goal is to advance our Nation into an era of increased governmental vigilance that promotes and protects our culture, sovereignty, health, education, treaty rights, natural resources and financial stability.
2605 N. West Bay Shore Dr., Peshawbestown, Michigan, 49682
Grand Traverse Conservation District
Based out of the Boardman River Nature Center in Traverse City, Michigan, the Grand Traverse Conservation District is a community-serving organization that cares for the people and places that make Northwest Michigan so special. We’ve been working for nearly 80 years to provide gateways to the natural world, restore natural areas, train future generations of conservation leaders, and support sustainable, local agriculture.
1450 Cass Rd., Traverse City, Michigan, 49685
It is our mission at Huron Pines to conserve and enhance Northern Michigan’s natural resources to ensure healthy water, protected places and vibrant communities. For almost 50 years, our work across the forests, lakes and streams of Northern Michigan has helped improve economic, environmental, educational and recreational opportunities. When we engage people in conservation stewardship, we support sustainable, empowered communities rich with protected natural resources.
4241 Old US 27 South, Suite 2, Gaylord, Michigan, 49735
Kalkaska County is 561 square miles of abundant natural resources with numerous recreational opportunities. There are over 80 inland lakes and 275 miles of streams and rivers, with numerous state and county parks in which to get close to the natural beauty that surrounds you in Kalkaska. The county averages 126 inches of snow each year, perfect for winter weather enthusiasts.
605 N Birch St, Kalkaska , Michigan, 49646
Lake Charlevoix Association
The Mission of the Lake Charlevoix Association it to protect the natural quality and beauty of Lake Charlevoix; to promote understanding and support for safe, shared use; and to advocate sensible and sustainable practices for lake use and development.
P.O. Box 294, Charlevoix, Michigan, 49720
Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians
Being Odawa is all about freedom. The Freedom to be a part of a people who, with integrity and pride, still have and speak our own language. The freedom to share in common with all other Odawak the customs, culture, and spirituality of our ancestors. The freedom we have today we will bring to the future through unity, education, justice, communication, and planning. We will reach out to the next seven generations by holding to cultural values of Wisdom, Love, Respect, Bravery, Honesty, Humility and Truth. We will utilize our Tribal assets to provide the necessary tools to become successful, hard-working community members who proudly represent our culture. With these values we will move the Tribe forward.
7500 Odawa Circle, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 49740
Long Lake Association
Our objective is to preserve Long Lake as a natural resource and recreation area through protection and prudent use of its environs.
P.O. Box 257, Interlochen, Michigan, 49643
Otsego Conservation District
The mission of the Otsego Conservation District is to assist the people of Otsego County in the wise use and management of their natural resources, for a healthy environment and sustained economic growth.
800 Livingston Blvd, Suite 4A , Gaylord, Michigan, 49735
Otsego County is known for its natural beauty, friendly people, and progressive attitude. On the crossroad of two major highways, our central location is convenient for tourism and business. Championship golf, pristine forests, beautiful lakes and rivers, and recreational activities covering four seasons make life attractive here. We are on the grow! Otsego County has been one of the fastest growing areas in Michigan for many years. With state-of-the-art educational facilities, Michigan's first community fiber network, and quality government services, Otsego County provides big city advantages while maintaining its rural character.
225 W Main, Gaylord, Michigan, 49735
Paradise Lake Association
Our mission is to promote community preservation and conservation efforts to ensure the healthy future of Paradise Lake and its surrounding watershed.
PO Box 2, Carp Lake, Michigan, 49718
Pickerel-Crooked Lakes Association
The Pickerel-Crooked Lakes Association works to protect, preserve, and improve the water quality of the lakes through education of those who live on, and use the waterways.
P.O. Box 511, Alanson, Michigan, 49706
Presque Isle Conservation District
It shall be the mission of the Presque Isle Conservation District to conserve, restore, and protect local natural resources for the public good and for the long term stewardship of the land.
658 S. Bradley Highway, Rogers City, Michigan, 49779
Six Mile Lake Association
The Six Mile Lake Association is dedicated to protect the quality of our lake and its watershed, and to make our community the best place to live, anywhere.
P.O. Box 421, Central Lake, Michigan, 49622
Sturgeon for Tomorrow
The purposes of Sturgeon For Tomorrow, Inc. (SFT) are to assist fisheries managers in the rehabilitation of the Lake Sturgeon, to advance education, to further other charitable, educational and scientific objectives, to engage in and facilitate scientific research furtherance of such purposes, and SFT, Inc. shall be empowered to engage in such other and further means necessary and proper to accomplish the foregoing objects and purposes.
1604 N. Black River Road, Cheboygan, Michigan, 49721
The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay
The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay is the only organization solely dedicated to the mission of protecting and enhancing the quality of the Grand Traverse Bay watershed and all its waterways.
13170 S. West Bay Shore Drive Suite 102, Traverse City, Michigan, 49684
Three Lakes Association
The mission of the Three Lakes Association is to provide leadership to preserve, protect, and improve the environmental quality of the Elk River Chain of Lakes Watershed for all generations with emphasis on Lake Bellaire, Clam Lake, Torch Lake and their tributaries.
P.O. Box 689, Bellaire, Michigan, 49615
Torch Conservation Center
Torch Conservation Center, Inc is a local nonprofit organization promoting stewardship in the Torch Lake Watershed through freshwater education and land conservation to ensure a sustainable future for Torch Lake.
P.O. Box 1142, Bellaire, Michigan, 49612
Torch Lake Protection Alliance
Torch Lake Protection Alliance (TLPA) was established in 1994 to provide a unifying voice for people who regard the preservation of Torch Lake as a top priority, enabling current and future generations to enjoy the responsible use of this geological jewel.
P.O. Box 706, Bellaire, Michigan, 49615
Village of Elk Rapids
Elk Rapids is classic small-town America encapsulated in earthly beauty of water and rural landscape. Our style is simple and eclectic as we inject our simple cottage life with worldly influence brought about through visitors and sojourns. We are a bright, creative, outdoorsy, active, friendly, conscientious, courteous and beautiful town.
(Street address) 315 Bridge Street, (mailing address) P.O. Box 398, Elk Rapids, Michigan, 49629
Village of Vanderbilt
The Village of Vanderbilt in beautiful Northern Michigan is located at the Gateway to the Pigeon River County Forest. The “Big Wild,” 106,000 pristine acres of forest land is home to the largest free-roaming elk herd east of the Mississippi.
606 Garfield St, Vanderbilt, Michigan, 49795