The latest edition of Conservation Notes, the NRCS-Michigan newsletter, includes features on the Boardman River restoration partnership in Grand Traverse County, tribal seasonal high tunnels, forest management incentives and more.
The 2013 NRCS American Indian Heritage Month poster was unveiled at a ceremony with the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians in Manistee on Sept. 5. A painting by Little River Band tribal member Shirley M. Brauker was selected through a competition of Michigan artists.
Learn how NRCS and other conservation partners are helping landowners protect pollinators.
A study on water quality in the Saginaw Bay basin found that targeted conservation on agricultural land can significantly improve fish habitat.
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