I am pleased to announce that The Stewardship Network (TSN) will be joining the #MIspecies campaign as an organizational partner. For over a decade, TSN has been a leader in community conservation efforts in Michigan.
The #MIspecies campaign
Help us raise awareness about the serious economic and environmental issues as a result of aquatic invasive species and learn more about how you can help make a difference in your local community at www.sciencemi.org/ais2016.
About The Stewardship Network
The Stewardship Network’s mission is to connect, equip, and mobilize people and organizations to care for lands and waters in their communities. As a 501c(3) nonprofit with a strong record of apolitical, transformational change leadership, the network provides a unique function in the conservation community: facilitating the work of many by connecting conservation minded volunteers and practitioners to experts, to government agencies, to local organizers, to tribes and researchers and to each other; to craft and implement solutions to a multitude of the most pressing and challenging community conservation problems (water quality, invasive species control, biological diversity, habitat improvement, local food systems, civic engagement, etc.), which results in real on-the-ground conservation based eco-system vitality.
TSN has been leading the call for collaborative conservation for over 10 years. They are a national award-winning conservation leadership group connecting, equipping and mobilizing people and organizations to care for land and water in their communities.