Located in scenic West Michigan, the Muskegon Conservation District is a unique governmental subdivision of the state, created to serve as stewards of our natural resources. The guiding philosophy is that local people should make decisions on conservation issues at the local level, with technical assistance provided by local resource professionals. District projects and programs are as diverse as the landscape and are continually changing to meet the environmental challenges in local communities.
The Muskegon Conservation District was formed in 1938, and remains active to this day helping you restore, protect, and manage our natural resources.
2018 SPRING SEEDLING SALE!
It’s time for our annual spring tree sale. This year’s selection proves to be a winner for deer, rabbits, birds, and your property! Download the catalog and order form below and start planning your personal forest. Orders will be due by Friday, March 9th and pick up day is Saturday, April 14th. Pre-orders will be available at 9:00 AM, with additional stock available for sale at 1:00 PM, the sale concludes at 3:00 PM. Proceeds from the sale go to fund our educational outreach programs.
Contact the district if you have any questions.
The environment appreciates you!