2019 Annual Member Meeting & Picnic: July 6

2019 Annual Meeting is Saturday July 6, 2019 at Skinner Park Hall in Irons, MI 2018 Annual Meeting Minutes Agenda 10:00am – Annual Meeting and Guest Speakers Followed by Raffle and Lunch provided by the Indian Club — all… Read More

2018 Water Quality and Macroinvertebrate Survey Results

The 2018 Water Quality Survey results are in. Check out the Annual Water Quality Survey page for more information on the study and view the current and results from past years. The 2018 Macroinvertebrate Study results can be found on… Read More

Day with Nature at Magoon Creek

Coordinated by Deb Laws Youth Agent, Manistee Co. 4-H May 2017 On a brisk but enjoyable day in May, about 130 students from several Manistee area schools, came to the Magoon Creek Nature Center to have an out-door,… Read More

2016 Water Quality and Macroinvertebrate Survey Results

The 2016 Water Quality Survey results are in. Check out the Annual Water Quality Survey page for more information on the study and view the current and results from past years. The 2016 Macroinvertebrate Study results can be… Read More

Improvement on Carrieville Erosion sites

The LMWCC has been working in partnership with the Conservation Resource Alliance to improve a number of identified erosion sites on the Little Manistee River. This past summer we focused on three sites near Carrieville. A lot of… Read More

2016 Macroinvertebrate Survey

Again this year a wonderful team of volunteers got together to test the Little Manistee River for Macroinvertebrates, we more commonly call this the “Bug Study”. See the survey results here Thanks to our volunteers! We appreciate the… Read More

Syers Creek Habitat Improvement Shows in Fish Numbers

In 2012, the LMWCC received a grant from Patagonia for $6,000 to improve fish habitat in Syers Creek, a tributary of the Little Manistee River. Comparison chart below shows striking improvement in fish numbers from 2012 to 2015 measurements…. Read More

Replacing Dead and Dying Ash Trees

Recently, some of the LMWCC members asked what tree species private landowners should look to plant to replace the ash trees that are currently dying. The question was posed to some of our MDNR Foresters, and the response… Read More

Johnson Bridge River Access Project

A better way to access the river is now available where the Johnson Bridge crosses the Little Manistee. LMWCC member and TiKi Lodge owner was concerned about how the steep bank at the bridge was eroding into the… Read More

2015 Annual Meeting and Picnic: July 11

2015 Annual Meeting is Saturday July 11, 2015 at Skinner Park Hall in Irons, MI. Agenda 10:00am – Annual Meeting and Guest Speakers Followed by Raffle and Lunch provided by the Indian Club — all members and guests encouraged… Read More