Lake and Stream Leader's Institute (May - October 2019)
The goal of the Lake and Stream Leader’s Institute is to develop a core of local water/land resource leaders who will promote lake, stream and watershed management partnerships with state natural resource agencies and encourage and instruct other citizens in resource management. The Institute is conducted in three in-depth sessions that include classroom learning and field experience and practice.
- First Session: May 31 - June 1, 2019: Kettunen Center near Cadillac, MI
- Second Session: July 26 - 27, 2019: Kellogg Biological Station near Kalamazoo, MI
- Third Session: October 18, 2019: MSU, East Lansing, MI
Michigan citizen stakeholders, such as property owners, concerned citizens, environmental/ conservation organizations, local government, underserved communities, educational institutions, tribal communities, and agricultural interest groups.
MSU's Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, together with MSU Extension Water Quality AOE, and Michigan Lake and Stream Associations, Inc.
For more information:
Dr. Jo A. Latimore
- (517) 432-1491
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