2024 Native Tree & Shrub Sale NOW OPEN
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2024 Native Tree & Shrub Sale NOW OPEN
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Alger Conservation District and our partners work together to deliver the most relevant up-to-date information. Stay informed by signing up for the monthly newsletter! Here you will get conservation updates, project announcements, local events, workshops, and much more.
The 2024 Tree Sale is now open and ready to accept orders online!
Read all about the current programs, events, and grants! We also discuss Green Energy financing, the Regional Conservation Partnership Program's upcoming deadline, an article on Butterbur from the L2L CISMA, and news about winter timber harvests with District Forester Sara Kelso. Additionally, Misa Cady, the NCRS District Conservationist, reminds applicants about two upcoming program deadlines you don't want to miss!
Read the most up-to-date information on identifying Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA), how to report the invasive pest and the upcoming surveying efforts in Alger County. Bill Cook writes about Michigan's Wilderness Areas in "The Wild in Wilderness." Volunteers are needed to prepare for a busy field season at Alger Conservation District! Also, Sara Kelso the district forester, updates us on the Wetmore airstrip tree planting. Landen Tetil, talks on her podcast "Produce Bites", and also invites producers to apply for the Produce Safety Cost-Share Stipend. We know you want to discover more! Learn about the American Bird Conservancy and how Michael Paling will help you improve your land to foster habitat for the Golden-Winged Warbler.
Read about Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, Alger Conservation District has a New Website, a Quote from the Founder of Earth Day, and the Positive Relationship between The Munising Beacon and Alger Conservation District, and Pruning Oak Trees to prevent Oak Wilt. Special feature video, A Look at 2024 Native Tree & Shrub Sale.
Alger Conservation District is now on YouTube, Deer Habitat Improvement Partnership Initiative, Goodbye and Thank you from Christy Foye, Stream Monitoring at Slapneck, Bohemian, and Baker Creek, Forensic Forest Hike with MSUX at Rock River Kilns, Success at Au Train Lake Fish Habitat Project (video), Sail Drone Returns from Great Lake Journey, Volunteer Call, Squashing Cross-Contamination of Fall Crops
Everything on the Marine clean-up, Change of Seasons, Honeybee Workshop at Chatham Community Gardens, Native Wildflower Plantings, Kids and Conservation, Clean Boat Clean Water Grant, 13th Annual AgriPalooza, and a Volunteer Call.
Here we discuss upcoming local events, Marine Debris, Scrap Tire Collection, The Carbon Conundrum, Notes from the Beekeeper, Tips on Shared-Use Equipment, Japanese Knotweed Treatment, and the Au Train Lake Fish Habitat Improvement Grant.
Alger Conservation District touches on Upcoming Events, Produce Safety Tips, Issues with the American Elm Tree, Young Forests and the Golden Warbler, 2023 CISMA Field Trip, ACD works at Coast Guard Point, updates at Chatham Community Gardens, and About the Bees.
Talking about local farmers markets, the Chatham Community Gardens, Aquatic Invasive Species, Clean Boats Clean Waters Events, Native Shrubs for Alger County, L2L CISMA updates, Au Train Revegetation Project, Quarry Park Workday, and E-Waste Collection.
Fish Sticks, Deer Habitat Improvement, Invasive Species, Township Partnerships, School District plantings.
Everything about the Native Wildflower Sale, Spring Scrap Tire Recycling Events, Food Production and High Tunnel Systems, L2L CISMA updates, Spring Invasive Identification, Likin' Lichens, and Climate Change and Pollinators.
Touching base on the Fruit Tree Workshop, Local Events, Au Train Fish Project, Springtime in the Woods, Prescribed Grazing and Planning, Food Safety Standards While Qualified Exempt, Edible Landscapes, and Invasives of the Future.
Explore Local Events, ACD Annual Meeting, Annual Tree and Wildflowers Sale, Tree Pruning Workshop, Scrap Tire Event, What Are Cover Crops, Planting Tree for the Climate, Planting Tips & Tricks, and the L2l CISMA update.
Announcing the Annual Meeting, Tree Sale Update, Volunteer Call for Au Train Fish Habitat Project, Red Oaks in Alger County, Changing Winters, Hardwood or Hardship? Looking into Food Contact Surfaces, and Forestry Assistance in Alger County.
Everything turn of the year including Christmas Tree Recycling, You have a Forest Management Plan, Now What?, Food Safe Fungi, Climate Change in the UP?, and Feeding Winter Birds.
All about Board of Directors Update, Checking Trees for HWA, Forest Management Plans, Knotweed in the Winter, and Winter Birds.
Looking Back on Field Season, NRCS Requests Final Applications, Leave the Leaves, Au Train Habitat Update, Keeping White Oaks Healthy and Productive, and attending UMISC.
Highlighting the 12th Annual Agripalooza, Field Crew Updates, Pollinator Planting in Chatham Community Garden, Deer Habitat (DHIPI) Grant Update, and Knotweed VS Rye.
Discussing Field Crew Updates, Growing Happiness, On the Lookout - New Invasive Species, Himalayan Balsam, Urban Ag Workshop Series, Stream Sampling & Monitoring, and Au Train Lake Updates.
Field Crew Updates, Volunteer Call for Agripalooza, Monarch Butterfly Conservation Efforts, and What can you do about Wild Parsnip.
Field Crew Updates, Pairing Pollinators with Food Garden Projects, Building Healthy Soil, E-Waste and Appliance Collection, and Forestry for Birds.
Meet the New Field Crew, Everything Wildflower Sale, Urban Ag & Pollinators, Deer Habitat (DHIPI), Soil Health, MICORPS Stream Monitoring, and Knotweed Updates.
Meet the new Board Members, Native Tree & Wildflower Sale, Impacts of Tillage, Volunteer Call, and E-Waste Event.
Announcement of Fruit Tree Trimming Workshop, Birds Bees Critters and Trees, Annual Meeting, Introduction to Soil Health, and Wildflower Workshop Reminder.
Annual Tree & Shrub Sale, Annual Meeting, and National Invasive Species Awareness Week.
Deer Habitat Announcement for 2022 from DNR, Cherry Trees - A Reason to Celebrate, Speaking of Trees, and a Notice to Look Out for Knotweed.
National Bird Day, About Glass Recycling, and Keep a Lookout for Knotweed.