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Patagonia Supports CRA
Each year, Patagonia pledges 1% of their sales to the protection and restoration of the natural environment. They call it their Earth Tax. This year, they identified 741 grassroots environmental groups in 18 countries and gave them $6.2 million in cash to do important work to restore rivers and forests, stop mines, protect endangered wildlife and habitat, and mitigate the effects of climate change. CRA is proud to be among the list making a difference in Michigan.
CRA Data Recovery Survey

Northern Michigan really took a wallop from that wicked storm on August 2. The clean-up and the impact will linger for months. Conservation Resource Alliance was spared from the falling trees and flying lawn furniture. But, all that lightning and erratic electrical power surges took out our network server. Humbling to realize how dependent we have become on the technology that we take for granted every day.

Sustain Our Great Lakes Awards $5.7 Million in Grants

Sustain Our Great Lakes partners announced 20 projects selected to receive more than $5.7 million in grant funding for ecological restoration in the Great Lakes basin. With a focus on restoring coastal wetland habitat and improving the quality and connectivity of stream and riparian habitat, this investment will help protect, restore, and enhance the ecological integrity of the Great Lakes and surrounding region. Grant recipients will match the new funding with an additional $7 million, for a total on-the-ground impact of $12.7 million.

Widespread Spruce Budworm Defoliation
Contact Michigan DNR: Bob Heyd, 906-228-6561, ext. 3023 or John Pepin, 906-228-6561

Over the past few years, white spruce and balsam fir have been defoliated by the spruce budworm, one of the most destructive native insects in the northern spruce and fir forests of the eastern United States and Canada.

“This year, budworm defoliation is widespread and expected to be heavy for the second or third years in many areas,” said Bob Heyd, forest health specialist with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in Marquette. 

Some Like it Cold – Conserving Coldwater Habitat

From the big open water of our Great Lakes to the secluded creeks of our headwaters, we are lucky to have a vast array of freshwater habitats. Some fish like bass, whitefish and pike thrive in our big lakes. Others like our brook trout depend on our coldwater streams. Keeping these habitats in balance is critical for a diverse fishery.

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