Michigan Nature Association

Mission
The purpose of the Michigan Nature Association is to acquire, protect and maintain natural areas that contain examples of Michigan endangered and threatened flora, fauna and other components of the natural environment, including habitat for fish, wildlife and plants of the state of Michigan and to carry on a program of natural history study and conservation education as permitted under the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act.

The Michigan Nature Association, established in 1952, is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) conservation organization dedicated to protecting Michigan's most exceptional natural habitats and extraordinary and endangered plants and animals. With the help of our members, MNA now has 164 nature sanctuaries in 54 counties throughout the state for people to enjoy today and forever.

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Contact Michigan Nature Association

Jeremy Emmi
Executive Director
326 E. Grand River Ave.
Williamston , Michigan  48895
Phone: (517) 655-5655
Fax: (517) 655-5506


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Michigan


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