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Alcona Community High School students learn about soils from Jack Guy.

 

 

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Home > Project Team: Michigan Youth Vernal Pool Trackers

Project Team: Michigan Youth Vernal Pool Trackers

Across Northern Michigan, students are monitoring vernal pools to assist the Michigan Natural Features Inventory better understand the status of these seasonal wetlands.  This effort includes many schools, community partners, and even other GLSI regional hubs, and it demonstrates how these different partners can work together to help better understand Michigan's vernal pools!

Current Members
Julie Crick
Tracy D'Augustino
Meaghan Gass
Daria Hyde
Jeff Kalember
Yu Man Lee
Scott Steensma
Tracy Stoldt
Projects
Monitoring seasonal wetlands across northern Michigan
Created on Thursday, April 30, 2015
 
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AMA-Iosco Math Science Center Americorps U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Great Lakes Fishery Trust Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative Community Foundation Northeast Michigan Huron Pines Cheboygan-Otsego-Presque Isle ESD Alpena-Montmorency-Alcona ESD Michigan Department of Natural Resources Northeast Michigan Council of Governments Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary 4-H MSU Extension Michigan Sea Grant NOAA