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Alcona Conservation District

320 South State Street, Harrisville, Michigan 48740

Office Phone: 989-724-5272
Website: http://www.alconaconservation.org/

Alger Conservation District

101 Court Street
Munising, Michigan 49862-9243

Office Phone: 906-387-2222
Fax Number: 906-387-2156
Website: http://www.algercd.com

Created to serve as stewards of natural resources, Michigan’s Conservation Districts take an ecosystem approach to conservation and protection. Conservation Districts are referred to as “gateways” in their local communities. They provide linkages between land managers and a host of conservation service providers. Please contact our office for more information on our unique services.

Allegan Conservation District

1668 Lincoln Road, M-40
Allegan, Michigan 49010

Office Phone: 269-673-8965 Ext. 4
Website: http://allegancd.org

The Allegan Conservation District is dedicated to helping all land users wisely manage the natural resources of Allegan County. We strive to achieve this in an economically feasible way through working partnerships to sustain the natural resources for future generations.

Allegan Health Department

3255 122nd Avenue, Suite 200
Allegan, Michigan 49010

Office Phone: 269-673-5415
Fax Number: 269-673-4172
Website: http://www.allegancounty.org/Government/HD/EH/Index.asp?pt=

Our goal is to attain the highest possible standard of personal and environmental health and well-being through disease prevention, health promotion, policy development and assurance of access to quality care. The Environmental Health Division offers services related to groundwater contamination, water supply, licensing and inspections and on-site sewage disposal.

Alliance of Rouge Communities

46036 Michigan Ave., Suite 126
Canton, MI 48188

Office Phone: 734-272-0291
Website: http://www.allianceofrougecommunities.com/

The Alliance of Rouge Communities (ARC), a 501(c)(3) organization, is a voluntary public watershed entity currently comprised of 35 municipal governments (i.e. cities, townships and villages), three counties (Wayne, Oakland and Washtenaw), Henry Ford Community College, University of Michigan-Dearborn and cooperating partners (i.e. other organizations) as authorized by Part 312 (Watershed Alliances) of the Michigan Natural […]

Alpena-Montmorency Conservation District

1900 M-32
Alpena, MI 49707

Office Phone: 989-356-3596 Ext. 5
Website: http://www.alpenamontcd.org/

The Alpena-Montmorency Conservation District would like to thank you for supporting us since our inception more than a half century ago. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you for years to come. Our office is open Monday through Friday, 8-4:30 pm. Our office is located in the USDA Service Center on M-32 […]

Alpena-Montmorency Conservation District

12265 M-32, PO Box 795
Atlanta, MI 49709

Office Phone: 989-785-4083
Website: http://www.alpenamontcd.org/

The Alpena-Montmorency Conservation District is a local unit of government that has been operating for more than a half century. We are geared at the protection of our natural resources. We have technical staff that can assist our private landowners and local units of government better understand, plan, manage, protect, and utilize our natural resources […]

Antrim Conservation District

4820 Stover Road
Bellaire, Michigan 49615

Office Phone: 231-533-8363
Website: https://www.antrimcd.com/

Created to serve as stewards of natural resources, Michigan’s Conservation Districts take an ecosystem approach to conservation and protection. Conservation Districts are referred to as “gateways” in their local communities. They provide linkages between land managers and a host of conservation service providers. Please contact our office for more information on our unique services.

Arenac Conservation District

4490 W. M-61
Standish, Michigan 48658

Office Phone: 989-846-4565 Ext. 5
Website: http://www.arenacconservationdistrict.com/home.html

Created to serve as stewards of natural resources, Michigan’s Conservation Districts take an ecosystem approach to conservation and protection. Conservation Districts are referred to as “gateways” in their local communities. They provide linkages between land managers and a host of conservation service providers. Please contact our office for more information on our unique services.

Barry Conservation District

1611 South Hanover, Suite 105
Hastings, Michigan 49058-2579

Office Phone: 269-908-4135
Website: http://www.barrycd.org

The Barry Conservation District assesses natural resources, develops a plan of action to address natural resource issues, and implements this plan through education, programs, projects and technical assistance to District landowners. In addition, each spring and fall the District holds tree sales, providing inexpensive bare-root trees and planting supplies to encourage reforestation and habitat development in Barry County.

Barry-Eaton District Health Department

330 West Woodlawn Avenue
Hastings, Michigan 49058

Office Phone: 269-945-9516
Website: https://www.barryeatonhealth.org/

Environmental Health is the art and science of protecting against environmental factors that may adversely impact human health or the ecological balances essential to long term human health and environmental quality. Such factors include, but are not limited to air, food and water contaminants; radiation; toxic chemicals; wastes; disease vectors; safety hazards; and habitat alteration.

Barry-Eaton District Health Department

1033 Health Care Dr.
Charlotte, MI 48813

Office Phone: 517-543-2430
Website: https://www.barryeatonhealth.org/

Environmental Health is the art and science of protecting against environmental factors that may adversely impact human health or the ecological balances essential to long term human health and environmental quality. Such factors include, but are not limited to air, food and water contaminants; radiation; toxic chemicals; wastes; disease vectors; safety hazards; and habitat alteration.