Lenawee Conservation District

"Your Land, Your Water, Your Michigan"

WHAT'S COMING UP...

Annual Tree & Shrub Sale Customer Order Pick-Up Days 

Friday, April 12th 9am to 6pm

Saturday, April 13th 9am to 12 noon

Location:  Lenawee County Fairgrounds, 602 N.Dean St., Adrian, MI  49221

               Bring customer order receipt number with you. 

NOTE: $5.00 charge per day for orders not picked up on above dates 

           unless other arrangements have been made by contacting 

           Lenawee Conservation District.


Any surplus stock remaining will be available for purchase on a first come, first served basis. Payment must be cash, check, or money order.


FREE Wildlife and Pollinator Habitat Workshops

Looking to attract deer, songbirds, pheasants, and butterflies onto your property, while improving air, water, and soil quality? Come to a free workshop near you to learn about programs and tools available to help you create quality wildlife habitat on your property!

OR…Have you already enrolled in the State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement (SAFE) program? These workshops will help guide you through the entire process. From application to technical planting and maintenance - we are here to help.

Grassland habitats provide significant value to wildlife and to the citizens of Michigan. They provide filtration to water, collect carbon to help clean our air, and hold down the soil to prevent erosion. They also provide homes and food for a variety of wildlife including deer, songbirds, butterflies, turkeys, pheasants, and much more. Pollinators like bees and butterflies help to pollinate important agricultural crops.

Michigan United Conservation Clubs, the Department of Natural Resources, Farm Bill Biologists and other partners, are holding a special habitat workshop series around the Lower Peninsula to provide landowners with information about how to plant, manage, and fund grassland habitats on private land.

The workshops are hosted in part by the Michigan Pheasant Restoration Initiative (MPRI) Coalition, a conservation initiative to restore and enhance Michigan pheasant habitat, populations, and hunting opportunities on private and public lands via pheasant cooperatives. The MPRI works by acquiring state and federal resources to assist landowners in the cooperatives to improve wildlife habitat on their properties and by improving habitat on selected state game areas, recreation areas, or other public lands.

Local Workshops

  • Lenawee County: Thursday, March 28 @ 6 PM, Artesian Wells Sports Tavern, 18711 US- 12, Cement City, MI 49233
  • Branch County: Thursday, April 4 @ 7 PM, Coldwater Township Hall, 319 Sprague Rd, Coldwater, MI 49036
  • Lapeer County: Tuesday, April 9 @ 6 PM, Pheasant Ridge Hunt Club, 7677 Martin Rd, Imlay City, MI 48444
  • Gratiot County: Wednesday, April 10 @ 5 PM, RESD Building, 1131 E Center St, Ithaca, MI
  • Tuscola County: Thursday, April 11 @ 6 PM, Brentwood, 178 Park Drive, Caro, MI 48723

For event specific information please find your respective host county below:

Tuscola & Huron Counties: 989-673-8171 ext. 3

Lenawee, Hillsdale & Monroe Counties: 517-263-7400 ext. 3

Gratiot, Clinton & Saginaw Counties: 989-875-3900 ext. 3

Sanilac, St. Clair & Lapeer Counties: 810-648-2998 ext. 3140

Branch County Conservation District: 517-278-2725 ext 3

Genesee County Conservation District: 810-230-8766 ext. 3

Shiawassee County Conservation District: 989-723-8263 ext. 3

REGISTER HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/sCeQShde6ngyb8T13

If you have questions about registering please contact Morgan Warda at [email protected] or 517-346-6454. Or visit the MUCC website listed at the right of this page.

For more information about the Michigan Pheasant Restoration Initiative, visit www.michigan.gov/pheasant.

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state's natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. For more information, go to www.michigan.gov/dnr.