Michigan State University Extension’s Conservation Stewards Program (CSP) in St. Clair County is now accepting registrations.
This 10-week program, in partnership with the St. Clair County Parks and Recreation Commission and other organizations, offers participants the opportunity to learn about local conservation heritage, Michigan’s natural communities, and engage in community science projects.
The CSP is a hybrid program that combines virtual self-paced lessons with in-person evening sessions held on Wednesdays from September 13th to November 15th. Two Saturday field trips within St. Clair County will also be organized on September 23rd and October 7th. Participants will complete applied capstone projects related to restoring and conserving Michigan’s ecosystems under the guidance of a local mentor.
Registration closes on August 30th, or when the class is full. Partial scholarship opportunities are available.
For more information, visit: canr.msu.edu/csp.
Reporting for WGRT – Choze Powell