Youth Small Game Hunt 


Saturday February 27, 2016

 8:00 am – 1:00 pm  
 Ingham Conservation District
 1031 W Dexter Trail, Mason

 The ICD, in partnership with the MDNR, MUCC and other local partners, is hosting its second youth hunt.  This is a  free, mentored hunt for youth ages 9-17.  Hunters must be licensed and accompanied by a parent or  legal guardian in order to participate.  To help ensure safety, only single shot or pump shotguns and appropriate ammunition will be permitted.  Hunting groups will have the option to pursue rabbits or squirrels.  Some hunting parties will hunt on the Conservation District property and some will utilize the nearby Dansville State Game Area.  After a morning of hunting, stay for lunch and some great prizes!  You must be registered to attend.  If spaces fill, use the contact us page to email our office and request to be put on a waiting list.  

Eventbrite - 2016 Youth Small Game Hunt


Grassland Education Series for Landowners

Big_Bluestem Thursday March 3, 2016

  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  
 Ingham Conservation District, Education Bldg (N. side of Dexter Tr.)
 1031 W Dexter Trail, Mason

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the ecological value of grassland habitats and what it would take to install and manage these important habitats on your own property?  The Ingham Conservation District will be hosting a 3-part series beginning March 3rd. Hear from local experts and see these habitats and management practices firsthand.

The March 3rd class will be followed by an opportunity to witness a prescribed burn as well as a post-burn site visit (dates TBD).  You must attend the class to be eligible to attend the burn and post-burn site visit.

This event is free but registration is required.  Please RSVP online by February 29th or contact the Ingham Conservation District office at 517-676-2290.

This event has been funded in part with funds from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Habitat Grant Program and through partnership with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and Michigan United Conservation Clubs.

  Eventbrite - Grasslands Education Series


Garlic Mustard Pull

garlic mustard

Saturday May (2016 date TBD)

10:00 am – Noon  
Ingham Conservation District
1031 W Dexter Trail, Mason

This invasive plant spreads rapidly, but is easy to hand-pull.  This is a great service opportunity for Scouts and anyone interested in local conservation and learning more about invasive plant management.  After the pull, stay for some geocaching!  The ICD has 10 geocaches on the property.  See the Home page to download coodinates.  If pulling garlic mustard at home,  always bag it and dispose of it in your regular trash.  Do not compost invasive plants.  

Visit our Watershed Events page to sign up for the Ingham Conservation Stream Team Spring and Fall Invertebrate Collections.

Visit our Hunter Safety page to register for Hunter Safety Classes.