Explore the plants, animals and natural communities making Michigan great.
Over the last 50 years, The Nature Conservancy has worked with the people of the Great Lakes to protect more than 1 million acres of land, thousands of inland lakes and hundreds of miles of rivers. Land protection remains a critical component of our conservation success.
The Conservancy and its partners have embarked on a multi-year restoration project which includes reconnecting Erie Marsh to Lake Erie and invasive species control. Discover who’s helping in Michigan
Just how close are Asian carp to the Great Lakes? Lindsay Chadderton explains his role in pioneering a new screening tool that detects the DNA of these aquatic invasive species in an interview with nature.org. Learn more
From fish to fowl, find out which Michigan species come and go — and where and when.
We have identified 58 rivers in the Great Lakes basin as conservation priorities.