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Restoring Native Plants in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, a Community Effort

Community Effort

It’s not enough to rely on government programs like the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative to pay for restoration projects; organization and funding on the local level is essential to pool all available resources to help the ecosystems. Like reconstructing elements of native plant communities, interconnecting people is vital to restoration success. Continue reading

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Kinomaage Success Story

Kinomaage Success Story

On September 13-14, 2012, representatives from four American Indian tribes in the Upper Great Lakes Basin met with US National Forest Service staff to continue sharing skills and experiences for use in collaborative efforts to restore and preserve native plants and protect pollinators. Continue reading

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Zaagkii Booklet 2012

Zaagkii Booklet 2012

“Gisheek: Spirit of the Cedar”

Printed annually, this booklet gives insight to the motivation behind the project, a run down of our accomplishments to date, as well as what’s on the horizon for the future of The Zaagkii Project. You can view it below. Continue reading

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