This Landscape Stewardship Plan, covering Washtenaw County and adjacent areas within the Huron River watershed in Southeastern Lower Michigan (The Stewardship Network's Huron Arbor Cluster area), is one of nine such plans developed through a grant project funded by United States Forest Service (USFS) and administered by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR). The intent of developing this plan was to connect people and organizations to each other and to forest stewardship information, resources and assistance programs, in hopes of increasing our collective capacity to protect and maintain the forest products, services, and values upon which this region depends. Only by working collaboratively at the landscape scale we can better address the expansive challenges that threaten the health and sustainability of our forests and other natural resources.
Help stop invasive species in the C.A.K.E. CISMA area by printing and handing out this flyer.