FOR MORE INFORMATION, YOU CAN ALSO VISIT THE FOLLOWING SITES:

 

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (Michigan): www.mi.nrcs.usda.gov

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Region 5):  www.epa.gov/region5/Michigan

Environmental Health Association (MEHA): www.meha.net

Institute of Water Research (Michigan State University):  www.iwr.msu.edu

Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB):  www.michiganfarmbureau.com

Michigan State University Extension (MSUE)

www.msue.msu.edu

Montmorency County          (989) 785-8013          http://msue.anr.msu.edu/county/info/montmorency

Alcona County                      (989) 724-6478          http://msue.anr.msu.edu/county/info/alcona

Alpena County                      (989) 354-9870          http://msue.anr.msu.edu/county/info/alpena

Cheboygan County              (231) 627-8815          http://msue.anr.msu.edu/county/info/cheboygan

Presque Isle County             (989) 734-2168          http://msue.anr.msu.edu/county/info/presque_isle

Michigan Department of Agriculture

www.michigan.gov/mda

Alcona, Alpena, Cheboygan, Montmorency, Presque Isle

Chris Savona (517) 241-3014

Michigan Association of Conservation Districts

www.macd.org 

Montmorency Convservation District:        Cathy Abraham: (989) 785-4083

Alcona Conservation District:                      Rick Myrick-acting: (989) 724-5272

Alpena Conservation District:                      Pam Troy: (989) 356-3596 ext.101

Cheboygan Conservation District:               Peggy Bannatyne: (231) 627-3383

Presque Isle Conservation District:             Pat Henry: (989) 734-4000

Chris Anderson - Groundwater Technician Charlevoix Conservation District

303 North Street

Boyne City, MI 49712

Phone: 231-582-6193

Email: chris.anderson@macd.org

AGRICULTURAL:

Kenneth Parsons - Soil Conservationist

1900 M-32 West

Alpena, MI 49707

Phone: 989-356-3596 ext. 110

Email: kenny.parsons@mi.usda.gov

RESIDENTIAL:

Call for Contact Information

(989) 785-4083

The Michigan Water Stewardship Program in Michigan helps local residents to protect one of our most vulnerable natural resources, our water. It’s mission is to provide information and assessment tools for pesticide and nitrogen fertilizer users which help them identify risks to groundwater associated with their pesticide and nitrogen fertilizer use practices and to coordinate local, state, and federal resources to help individuals reduce those risks. The Michigan Groundwater Stewardship Program is designed to be voluntary, to be locally driven, to address the concerns of individuals, and to maintain a focus on the financial and technical constraints which drive real-world decisions. MGSP Info sheet

For more information on any of the MGSP programs please feel free to contact your local MGSP representative

Michigan Water Stewardship Program:   www.miwaterstewardship.org