This fall MAEOE takes the fall conference on the road, and on the boat, to Lake Michigan’s largest island. The history, scenery, flora and fauna on Beaver Island create a unique destination conference.
Join a small team of your friends, family, and other volunteers to collect bugs from streams across the watershed!
Because knowledge is power, EGLE will present an educational webinar series, “Taking Action on Lake Erie,” to take an inside look at ways the state and partners are working together to enhance stewardship of the land and improve water quality in Michigan’s portion of the Western Lake Erie Basin. The series begins with a session 11 […]
Help us monitor the water quality in the Cedar River by collecting and identifying macroinvertebrates!
We will identify the macroinvertebrates collected at our office in Midland. Keys for identification will be provided and no experience is needed.
Join a small team of your friends, family, and other volunteers to collect bugs from streams across the Huron River watershed! Sampling sites across the Huron River watershed in Livingston, Oakland, Wayne and/or Washtenaw Counties.
Training opportunity to participate in volunteer stream monitoring.
Volunteers assist with the collection of macroinvertebrates from multiple sites along the Platte and Betsie rivers. First time volunteers will be responsible for sorting through the samples, picking out the macroinvertebrates from the rocks and leaves, and putting them in a collection jar. No training is required and this is a great way to get introduced to the steam monitoring process and the interesting creatures that live in our rivers.