Wildlife & Habitat

"Habitat for wildlife is continually shrinking - I can at least provide a way station."    

                                                                        

-Peter Coyote

Michigan’s diverse wildlife benefits people both directly and indirectly. Earthworms recycle nutrients in the soil that grows the food we eat. Bats consume countless mosquitoes that might otherwise become vectors of disease. Wildlife like songbirds and elk provide enchanting viewing opportunities for nature lovers. Fish and game animals bring in money to support conservation efforts when fishermen and hunters purchase licenses.

Our state has a vast array of habitats that native wildlife use for food, shelter, and space. These include numerous bodies of water, forests, grasslands, wetlands, dunes, countless subcategories, and transitional habitats. As stewards of the land and water, we can protect and enhance these habitats to ensure that our diverse wildlife still have a place to live in years to come.

Board of Directors Meeting - March 10, 2021

  • Begins at 5:30 pm

  • Open to the public via Zoom by phone or online by following the instructions found on the About/Governance page of our website

  • Following SB 1246 and the MI Open Meetings Act, Board meetings are being held remotely for public health due to the pandemic. The meeting agenda can be viewed here. Members of the public may contact Angela Warren with questions,  concerns, or meeting access needs.

Genesee Conservation District

Office hours 8am-4:30pm

Monday-Friday

Closed federal holidays

Staff are working remotely at this time and may be contacted by email

Main: 1525 N. Elms Rd. 

Flint, MI 48532

Ph: 810.230.8766 x3

Urban: 336 W. First St.

Ste. 207

Flint, MI 48502

Ph: 810.820.2681

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