Our Partners

Huron Pines has a unique and important role because of our ability to work with a huge variety of partners. From international and corporate funders and foundations to state and federal agencies; to local businesses, private landowners, land conservancies, schools and citizen watershed groups; our collaborative approach aims to involve everyone in the stewardship of our natural resources. We work hard to align priorities with our partners and to leverage and build on existing support and enthusiasm. This helps us stretch each dollar further for maximum benefits to Great Lakes ecosystems for the good of all who enjoy and depend on them.

2018 Grants

These amounts represent the total amount awarded by each grant or entity, not the specific portion of the grant spent in 2018.


Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  Aquatic Habitat Grant Program
  Habitat Improvement Account
Wildlife Habitat Grant Program
Coastal Zone Management

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Sustain Our Great Lakes


National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

United States Environmental Protection Agency     

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Coastal Program

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Fish Passage Program


Corporation for National and Community Service

Eagle Creek Renewable Energy

Michigan Community Service Commission

Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program

The Carls Foundation

The Healthy Watersheds Consortium


Bay Area Community Foundation

Great Lakes Fishery Trust

The Herbert H. & Grace A. Dow Foundation

U.S. Forest Service

Walters Family Foundation


Besser Foundation

Consumers Energy Foundation

Elizabeth, Allan & Warren Shelden Fund

The Americana Foundation

The Conservation Fund (Saginaw Bay WIN)


Leon P. Martuch Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Michigan Forest Foundation


Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan

Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund


Au Sable River Property Owners Association

J.A. Woollam Foundation

Michigan State University Extension

Otsego Community Foundation

Presque Isle Electric & Gas

Sustainable Forestry Initiative

William B. Mershon Chapter of Trout Unlimited


Ann Arbor Trout Unlimited

Rotary Club of Grayling