This press release arrived in my inbox this morning. As a member of the Pigeon River Country Association and a frequent forest guest, I was very pleased to read it. It also reminded me how important the Natural Resources Trust Fund is and why bills like SB 248, SB 822, and SJR Q need to be defeated.
For any readers in Ann Arbor, be sure to stop by the Blue Tractor on Wed, Dec. 21. Michigan LCV is hosting this month's Green Drinks happy hour, a monthly networking event that gathers the Ann Arbor area non-profit community and friends. Here's the PR:
This post originally appeared on the Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund Blog.
Drew YoungeDyke is an award-winning freelance outdoor writer and a Director of Conservation Partnerships for the National Wildlife Federation, a board member for 2% for Conservation, a member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers, and the Michigan Outdoor Writers Association, and a state-appointed member of the Pigeon River Country State Forest Advisory Council.
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