top of page

Early Detection Saves Trees

Left untreated, Hemlock Woolly Adelgid can kill Eastern Hemlock trees in as little as 4 years. Sign up for a free HWA survey today and help us protect hemlock trees for years to come. 

Our Mission:
To protect the environment, economy, and human health of Northern Lower Michigan through collaborative management of invasive species 


Invasive Species Management


Coastal & Riparian Restoration

Women's Paddle.png

Education &



Land Owner Assistance Program

News and Updates 

Strategic Plan

We've updated our strategic plan, check it out and let us know if you have comments or concerns! 

New Steering Committee Member

Shelby Harris, the Terrestrial Invasive Species (TIS) Administrator and head of the Beaver Island Archipelago Terrestrial Invasive Species Program joined our steering committee providing her voice and perspective from our island community. 


Garlic Mustard: Spring means it's time to start pulling garlic mustard. Join us for a volunteer workday or learn how to manage this invasive plant yourself by clicking here

bottom of page