Conference Title: Improving Habitat for People, Fish, and Wildlife
This year’s Conference will include topics on the current state of Michigan’s shorelines through the National Lake Assessment, why woody structure is good for lakes and how it can be used for In-Lake Habitat Improvements such as “fish sticks” and “turtle logs”, highlights of one of the largest projects in Michigan to install woody structure for shoreline erosion control, discussion about the future state of bioengineering , aquatic plants and an overview of the best management practices associated with the updated shoreline permits.
Stayed tuned for an Agenda on the MNSP website.
Date: Thursday March 9
Location: Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, East Lansing
Time: 9:30 – 4 pm
Cost: Early Bird – $50 (until February 26) Regular: $65 (Starts February 27)