Thursday, May 4, 2017
2016 was an incredibly important and successful year for MNA! We are excited to provide this 2016 Year in Review, a snapshot of a remarkable year and a powerful testament to the tremendous work made possible by our members, volunteers, and donors. There are may stories to celebrate as we take a look back at a busy year. Here are just a few highlights:
- We completed nine land acquisition projects adding more than 800 acres to our statewide network of nature sanctuaries.
- We restored critical habitat for endangered species including the eastern prairie fringed orchid, Karner blue butterfly, Blanchard's cricket frog and the eastern massasauga rattlesnake.
- We worked with teachers and schools, and reached out to families and communities, to help connect children with nature.
Our founders envisioned an organization that would connect people with nature and leave a lasting legacy by protecting Michigan's unique natural heritage. We can say with confidence that our 2016 accomplishments uphold that bold vision while preparing us for the difficult work ahead.
Thank you to our members, donors, and volunteers for making 2016 a great success and a year to remember! If you would like to support MNA, you can become a member or make a tax-deductible contribution.