The West Michigan Conservation Network is an effective, diverse, and sustainable partnership of environmental groups, educational institutions, governmental organizations, and private citizens working to conserve and enhance our natural communities through ecosystem restoration and public education. We are organized to manage:
Habitat Restoration and Management
Public and Partner Learning and Engagement
Organizational Structure and Function
Our Partners are working together to educate the public about environmental issues and encourage the residents of West Michigan to value healthy ecosystems. Take a look at some of the great work they are engaged in.
The West Michigan Conservation Network is proud of the results of our 2017 work.
We are continuing to survey and treat high priority invasive species in 2018. We've been awarded a new Michigan Invasive Species Grant for more than $333,000 that will be very important in helping us reach even more communities.
The environmental, governmental, non-profit and private groups working together to educate and help manage invasive species in Allegan, Kent, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana and Ottawa Counties.
Montcalm Area Master Gardener Association