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12th Annual Photo Contest Winners Announced

12th Annual Photo Contest Winners

November 10, 2022

We are excited to announce the winners in this year’s Annual Photo Contest. This year’s photo contest saw more than 300 entries from dozens of photographers. After much deliberation, the photo contest judges selected the winners based on their photographic and ecological qualities. In honor of MNA’s 70th Anniversary in 2022, and considering the number of quality photos entered, t

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Announcing the 12th Annual Photo Contest

12th Annual Photo Contest

June 15, 2022

MNA is proud to announce that in honor of National Nature Photography Day on Wednesday, June 15th, our 12th Annual Photo Contest is now open for entries. Since 2011, professional and hobbyist photographers have been invited to submit their best images of nature from all around the state of Michigan. Over the years, we have seen several hundred entries received from dozens of photographers and

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2021 Year in Review Now Available

2021 Year in Review Now Available

April 6, 2022

As we continue to celebrate70 years of protecting Michigan nature from 1952-2022, we are taking a look back at our 2021 accomplishments with ourrecently-released Annual Report. Though we were limited in how we could engage our supporters with in-person events, still we found ways to protect Michigan nature forever, for everyone, with many land acquisition, stewardship, and partnership projects.

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MNA Provides Updated Sanctuary Visitation Guidance

MNA Provides Updated Sanctuary Visitation Guidance

April 1, 2022

MNA Nature Sanctuaries remain open from dawn to dusk for individuals and families wishing to get outside to enjoy nature. We ask that visitorsadhere to state andCDC guidelines and recommendations. Travel Check local traffic,weather, and health conditions prior to traveling to an MNA sanctuary Do not visit an MNA sanctuary if sick or if you have been in contact with someone who is or

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Keep the U.P. Wild Coalition Passes 300 Members

Keep the UP Wild Coalition Passes 300 Members

March 11, 2022

Since launching in June 2021 with just over 60 members, the Keep the U.P. Wild coalition on Wednesday topped 300 partner organizations calling for Wilderness designation for four areas of the Upper Peninsula. While Michigan's strong environmental community is represented in the coalition through groups including the Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition, Michigan Environmental Council, Mi

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Massasauga Collaboration Advances

Massasaua Collaboration Advances

February 22, 2022

The 2021 summer issue of Michigan Naturemagazine included an exciting announcement of a multi-year grant award from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to aid in the conservation and recovery of priority Eastern massasauga rattlesnake populations in the state. The Eastern massasauga is Michigan’s only venomous snake, but its population decline led to a ‘threatened’ listing under t

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3rd Edition of Walking Paths Release

3rd Edition of Walking Paths Release

June 16, 2017

Order your copy of Walking Paths today!

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