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AIS PIRO Survey 2015

Kevin Heynig, a CUPCWMA field tech, completing the 2015 inland lakes aquatic invasive species survey with Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore by kayak.

Threatened and Endangered Species Training

Threatened and Endangered Species Training for Phragmites Contractors with Phyllis Higman of the Michigan Natural Features Inventory and U.P. Resource Conservation and Development Council

Coattail Lake BILWA

Coattail Lake in the Big Island Lake Wilderness Area - Hiawatha National Forest.

Seed Bombs at Trestle Corridor

Adam Magnuson, Kevin Heynig and Riley Powers making and launching seed bombs at the Trestle Corridor native garden in Marquette, MI

Upcoming Events

Jan
19

CUPCWMA All-partner Meeting

This meeting is open to all CUPCWMA partner organizations and additional parties who may be interested in being involved with the group. If you need more information, please contact Mindy Otto by emailing cupcwma@gmail.com. Location TBD.

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