JLW CISMA Calendar Fundraiser

The JLW CISMA has announced their calendar fundraiser for 2022. The 2022 calendar highlights several invasive species found in the area and provides tips on how to prevent their spread to new areas. Some of these species may be familiar foes, others may be new to you!...

Learn to be a Leader in Watershed Management

The Friends of the St. Joe River Association (FotSJR) is offering financial assistance for the 2022 Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy (IWLA). The Academy, organized by Purdue University with support from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and other...

Celebrate the St. Joe River

WNIT tells the story of the St. Joseph River, including the people, history, and life along this storied river from Hillsdale to Lake Michigan. We celebrate how it has shaped the region and continues to be an integral part of our community. In addition to the film...

Invasive New Zealand mudsnails

By: Lucas Nathan and Joanne Foreman, MDNR Anglers urged to step up prevention efforts during salmon season Invasive New Zealand mudsnails have been detected at the mouth of Shanty Creek, a tributary of the Grass River in Antrim County. The snails were found during...

Shore-to-Shore AIS Webinar

Mid-Michigan Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) will hold a Shore-to-Shore Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Webinar with participation from MSU Extension on October 5th, from 6:00-7:30 pm! This webinar will cover an overview of important AIS in...

August EGLE Q&A Session Follow Up

Eric Calabro, Inland Lakes Analyst, with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) discussed aquatic plant control activities that fall under regulation of EGLE’s Resource Program. EGLE’s Resource Program implements Part 301, Inland Lakes...