A Record Count of Kirtland’s Warbler in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan Reported by the US Forest Service This year was the 23rd consecutive year of searching young jack pine in the Upper Peninsula for the federally endangered Kirtland’s Warbler. In June, census participants counted 53 singing males, in 7 counties, across federal, state, county … More CENSUS RESULTS ARE IN FOR KIRTLAND’S WARBLERS IN THE U.P.
Huron Pines offering grants for groups in Rifle River watershed By Tim Barnum | firstname.lastname@example.org 989-387-9140 Posted 10/14/16 ARENAC COUNTY — Organizations that promote conservation or economic development in Ogemaw and Arenac counties can apply for grants from Huron Pines to help with a specific project within the Rifle River watershed. Huron Pines Community Program … More COMMUNITY GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP TO TAKE PLACE NOVEMBER 1
The Rifle River Prosperity Network is excited to announce a brand new Mini-Grants opportunity for the communities of the Rifle River Watershed. With financial support and commitment from the Saginaw Bay Watershed Initiative Network (WIN), a total of $15,000 is available for projects that: Preserve and protect the forests, waters and wildlife of the Rifle River Watershed … More CALLING ALL RIFLE RIVER WATERSHED CONSERVATION CHAMPIONS!
“We’re so excited that volunteers have already pulled more than 3,500 pounds of invasive European frog-bit from Michigan’s waters through Huron Pines’ Frog-Bit Challenge,” explains Dylan Goodell, Huron Pines AmeriCorps member. “By hand-pulling frog-bit from shallow shoreline areas of rivers and lakes, these caring individuals are helping to keep our Great Lakes ecosystems healthy.” The … More FROG-BIT CHALLENGE CONTINUES THROUGH SEPTEMBER 22
Huron Pines takes an ecosystem approach to protecting and restoring wildlife habitat. Through activities like installing instream habitat structure, we are sustaining diverse Michigan river systems that provide refuge for fish and other wildlife. At the core of our work is a dedication to promoting wise stewardship of our most critical coastal and inland landscapes. … More INSTREAM HABITAT
Huron Pines takes an ecosystem approach to protecting and restoring wildlife habitat. Through activities like treating invasive species, restoring native plant communities and connecting wildlife corridors, we are sustaining diverse Michigan landscapes that support rare and threatened species along with our state’s prized game and nongame animals. Our organization has a unique ability to work … More PIGEON RIVER COUNTRY WILDLIFE HABITAT
On March 31, 2016 the Kirtland’s Warbler Conservation Team was officially launched! This group will steward the communication and cooperation among a diverse set of partners to ensure the long-term sustainability of the Kirtland’s Warbler and its breeding, wintering and migratory habitats. They carry on the tradition of the Kirtland’s Warbler Recovery Team to share … More KW CONSERVATION TEAM TAKES FLIGHT
The Kirtland’s Warbler Weekend on June 3–4 delivered an economic boost to the Roscommon area, drawing people from as far away as California, Pennsylvania, New York, South Carolina and Florida! This event brings an awareness to the endangered songbird that will ensure its ability to thrive for generations to come. Although the Kirtland’s Warbler has … More 2016 KIRTLAND’S WARBLER WEEKEND A SUCCESS
Huron Pines gathered with partners and supporters at Sojourn Lakeside Resort on May 13th to celebrate all of the great conservation and community work happening in Northeast Michigan. Good food, drinks and discussions were followed by brief presentations from our Executive Director Brad Jensen and Associate Director Lisha Ramsdell, who spoke on the importance of … More SPRING CELEBRATION HONORS KEY PARTNERS, FOCUSES ON CONNECTIONS
Engineering Services Requested for Road/Stream Crossing Improvements in Cheboygan, Montmorency and Presque Isle Counties Huron Pines is requesting engineering services for the improvement of six (6) road/stream crossings within the Cheboygan River Watershed in Cheboygan, Montmorency and Presque Isle counties. Proposals are due June 10th, 2016 by 4:00pm and should be emailed to Watershed Coordinator, John … More ENGINEERING SERVICES REQUESTED FOR ROAD/STREAM CROSSING PROJECTS