Upcoming Event: ANNUAL FALL NATIVE PLANT SALE
Contact the District office for more information on this event:
231-582-6193, M-F, 8am-4:30pm.
2021 Fall Native Plant Sale - Species List & Form
For more details on our Fall Plant Sale Fundraiser,
please click the "Native Plant Sale" tab at the top
of the page, or call 231-582-6193.
Nominate A Conservationist of the Year for Charlevoix County!
Fill out the above form & submit it to the Charlevoix Conservation District
by October 8th (we've extended the deadline) via mail, email or office drop box.
Contact: alison.adams@macd, 231-582-6193, 303 North St., Boyne City, 49712)
Nominate a person or business owner from Charlevoix County who has
shown their commitment to or passion for conservation in the past year through
volunteering or donations (in-kind services or monetary). The winner will receive
our Korthase Memorial Conservation Award at our Annual Meeting on November 11th ,
and will be announced with a photo in our Winter quarterly newsletter.
Rent Our Community Room Flyer
Backyard Fruit Trees PDF
Community Room Project: A Room for Everyone...
Original Project Estimate - The original plan & complete details for the room pre-renovation.
Final Project Estimate - The final plan & completed details for the room post renovation.
The New Community Room is Complete!
OPEN HOUSE EVENT A SUCCESS!
Pictured (L to R): Chris Anderson (District MAEAP Technician),
Ron Reinhardt (County Commissioner), Maureen Radtke
(Charlevoix County Community Foundation), Tim Matchett
(District Board Chair), Alison Adams (District Manager) and
Toby Prevo (Project Contractor)
On Thursday, March 14th 2019, over 70 members of the community
showed up to support the revealing of our new Community Room.
The event was catered by Smokin' Joe's BBQ - Jordan Inn and
raffle items were donated by members of the Boyne City Chamber of
Commerce. Several partners including theBoyne District Library, Walloon
Lake Trust & Conservancy, Little Traverse Conservancy, Lake Charlevoix
Association, Friends of the Jordan, Friends of the Boyne, regional invasive
management group, CAKE CISMA and Raven Hill Discovery Center came
out to show their support & share conservation information.
The new Community Resource Room was made possible with help from
the following groups: Charlevoix County Community Foundation,
Trans-Canada, Toby Prevo Residential Services, Matelski Lumber, F.O. Barden,
Mac's Electric and Wojan Plumbing & Heating. Many thanks to these groups for
making this community resource become a reality!
Room policy and fees are available on this website by clicking on the
"Community Room" tab at the top of the page.
For more details please contact Alison at 231-582-6193.
Additional District & Local Conservation Information:
Boyne River Study:
LCA Press Release
Univ. of Buffalo Press Release
PNR Article on Boyne River Study
Annual Reports & Information:
Charlevoix Conservation District Resources and Events
Annual Report FY 2020
Charlevoix County Resource Needs Assessment:
2017-2022 Resource Needs Assessment Results
Monday - Friday 8:00-4:30
Location:303 North Street
Boyne City, MI 49712
(Corner of North and East Street)
Alison Adams, District Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Anderson, MAEAP Technician email@example.com
Tim Matchett, Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric Beischlag, Vice Chair email@example.com
Zachary Shaltz, Treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org
Dennis Howard, Member email@example.com
Ron Reinhardt, Member firstname.lastname@example.org
The Charlevoix Conservation District works to protect, promote and enhance natural resource conservation in Charlevoix County through partnerships, community outreach and providing landowner support.
Partnerships - Work collaboratively with local conservation minded groups to enhance natural resource protection.
Community Outreach - Connect the residents of Charlevoix County to natural resource conservation information and stewardship opportunities.
Landowner Support - Provide assistance on natural resource protection, land use tips and environmental sustainability.
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