Over 1.8 million nonprofits and charities for donors, volunteers and funders

Claim This Nonprofit

More Info

Add to Favorites

Share this Nonprofit

Donate

Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Environment, Natural Resources Conservation & Protection

Mission: To promote Michigan's wildlife & its habitat

Programs: Educate land owners about the wild hog problem in michigan. Established a wild rice planting in the saginaw valley. Established and conducted the boss family-oriented program to build observation and monitoring skills and to understand conservation issues in middle school aged students getting as many children as possible off the couch and in the wild. Partnered with other organizations to improve trout streams in michigan. Helped build the sturgeon spawning reef in st. Clair river.

produce newsletters for members and the public to inform about projects and various interesting wildlife in michigan and the united states.

conduct lecture series. Facilitate plant exchange. Held educational family and community events at the bengel wildlife center.

miscellaneous

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've had numerous opportunities to attend educational workshop geared towards environmental issues/problems. They have always been well organized, well instructed and well attended. These have included the cougar infiltration in Michigan, feral hog problems, wildflowers, watershed management and wetland restoration. I am amazed that the MWF is able to conduct such a variety of workshops and services with a meager staff. The volunteer expertise they gather to assist is outstanding.

Volunteer

Rating: 4

HI;

Don Elloitt and I have been a volunteers at Michigan Wildlife
Conservancy for ten years and have enjoyed all of the events and
projects we have worked on.

Helping in the gardens and planning the Annual Fall Family events
continue to be our favorites. Every time we volunteer time in the
gardens and at the Fall event we learn something new! Speakers at the
event have done an excellent job of teaching us how to help preserve
Michigan's streams, lakes, native plants and wildlife.

The staff is knowledgeable and always ready to answer our questions and
lead us on hikes through the many trails on the Conservancy
grounds.

The appreciate receiving the MWC news letter it is well written and informative.

Working with all of the volunteers at MWC is a very rewarding
experience. It provides the opportunity to meet and make friends with
so many people that we would not have encountered otherwise.

The MWC will continue to recieve our support.

Denise Elliott