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Michigan Natural Features Inventory
3rd Floor Constitution Hall
525 W. Allegan Street
Lansing, MI 48933

Phone: (517) 284-6200
Fax: (517) 373-9566

Actively contributing to decisions that impact the conservation of biological and ecological diversity

"To actively contribute to decisions that impact the conservation of biological and ecological diversity by collecting, analyzing, and communicating information about rare and declining plants and animals, and the array of natural communities and ecosystems native to Michigan."


How does MNFI get its information?

Teams of scientists with expertise in botany, zoology, aquatic ecology, and ecology collect information about Michigan's native plants, animals, aquatic animals and natural ecosystems.

MNFI has conducted surveys by foot, kayak, canoe, and air, from interior forests and grasslands, Great Lakes shores to remote islands in search of information about Michigan's special plants, animals and plant communities.

Information is also gathered by studying museum and herbaria records, communicating with other scientists in the Great Lakes area, and reading published works.

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