Blogs

Mapping Software for Habitat Improvements – By Seth Gibson

New Pollinator Plot Looks Bad? – By Katie Hafner

2020 will be a busy one for Clinton County farmers! – By Katie Hafner

Right Tree, Right Place – By Seth Gibson

Collembola – By Eric Bak

Brightening Your Yard with Fruit Trees – By Katie Hafner

Tips for a well-rounded native pollinator planting – By Kurt Wolf

What is a CSA? – By Rebekah Faivor

Goldenrod Gall Fly – By Eric Bak

Owning property is such a blessing… Resources for being a great steward of your land – By Katie Hafner

Private landowners work with MAEAP to encourage wise management of Forests, Wetlands and Habitat in Clinton County – By Eric Bak

What Makes a Trophy? – By Seth Gibson

Annual Conference Eventful for Staff and Board – By Kelcie Sweeney

More Than Just A Sport – By Seth Gibson

Seeing the Hearts of Farmers – By Katie Hafner

Save Michigan’s trees from forest pests – Your firewood choices matter – By Erin Pavloski

Sawflies – By Eric Bak

Why are all my Blue Spruce Dying? – By Katie Hafner

Invasive Japanese knotweed: Now is a great time to spot it – Erin Pavloski

Michigan, the great lakes state? – By Seth Gibson

Achoo! Goldenrod or ragweed? Know the difference to help pollinators and reduce allergies – By Kelcie Sweeney

It’s National Farmers Market Week! – By Rebekah Faivor

About MAEAP – By Eric Bak

Managing Your Land for Wildlife – By Seth Gibson

Stop the spread of aquatic invasive species: Remember to clean, drain, dry and dispose! – By Erin Pavloski

Finding Your Spark – By Seth Gibson

Michigan Seasonality – By Rebekah Faivor

Three Ponds Farm – By Katie Hafner

Leaving your Mark – By Seth Gibson

Clinton County: Conservation Strong with MAEAP! – By Lindsey Martin

Get Involved this Summer – We Need You! – By Katie Hafner

Burnin’ for Spring – By Seth Gibson

Keeping a Long-Distance Relationship With Wildlife – By Katie Hafner