2018 EVENT SPOTLIGHT
July 25 and Aug 22
Michigan Conservation Stewards Program
September 11 - 10pm
You may now register for this class!
Michigan State University Extension Michigan Conservation Stewards Program is a volunteer leader training program for those who are enthusiastic about learning science-based ecosystem management principles and sharing this knowledge with others to help improve Michigan communities. CSP is ideal for individuals interested in Michigan's natural communities, current conservation issues, outdoor recreation, nature study, natural area management, and a variety of other topics such as lake/stream monitoring and habitat restoration. There are 7 classes on TUESDAY EVENINGS from 6 - 9 p.m. at several locations in St. Clair County and 2 FULL-DAY SATURDAY FIELD SESSIONS. Through participation in this 9-week program you will become a certified Michigan Conservation Stewards.
For more information about any of our events, please contact Kirsten Lyons, Stewardship Director, at 810-294-4965 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introducing families to our precious water resources is our business. Through education, monitoring, and restoration activities we are committed to helping families enjoy a day together in the great outdoors. We hope that this love of nature creates a lifetime of memories and stewards that will one day advocate for clean water too.
The St. Clair River is the Blue Water Area’s most significant natural feature. We invite you to get involved with us in celebrating the St. Clair River. Whatever you do, get out and show the water some love!