Woodlands & Waters—Three Tiers of Stakeholder Engagement in the Heart of the Great Lakes

Grant: # 1608

Grant Amount: $89,996.00

Board Decision Year: 2016

Huron Pines (Grayling)

Vogelgesang, Emily (emily@huronpines.org) 989-448-2293 ext. 15

2016 Great Lakes Stewardship - Other Great Lakes Stewardship

Project Summary

Huron Pines built on existing partnerships and fostered new relationships to provide opportunity and support for citizens (K-12 students, adults and Michigan leaders) in Northeast Michigan to become Great Lakes and environmentally literate citizens. Through hands-on stewardship projects, ecosystems tours, and connections between students and leaders/adults, participants increased their ability to tackle the challenges and opportunities facing the Great Lakes basin. This project strengthened the Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative (NEMI GLSI) network by supporting over (300) students and (25) teachers in implementing stewardship projects, engaging (100) adults in conservation learning and actions, and fostering an understanding of the importance of protecting the Great Lakes in over (50) community leaders. â€‹

Documents

July 2017 Progress Report
View - narrative_progress_report-_Huron_Pines.docx
Final Narrative Report
View - Final_Narrative_Report.pdf
Project Profile
View - Project_Profile.pdf
Evaluation Report: Place-Based Stewardship Education at Vanderbilt: A Great Lakes Fishery Trust Grant
View - HPVanderbilt_EvalReport.pdf
A Vision Realized - Two Decades of Forest Management Paying Off
View - All_Stewardship_Stories.pdf
Protecting Wild Places Publication
View - Protecting_Wild_Places_11x17_DM.pdf
Protecting the Rifle River Publication
View - Rifle_River_Write-Up.pdf
Committed to Clean Water Publication
View - Water_Quality_Piece.pdf