We are an organization of individuals. We enjoy hunting and/or trapping, and simply being out of doors in our beautiful state. We have come together for a common purpose; the practice and promotion of responsible stewardship of a forested land we use and enjoy. We believe that collectively we can maintain and care for this beautiful natural resource that is the Gratiot-Saginaw State Game Area. Through our efforts we can help ensure that our children and generations to come, inherit a land which is rich in beauty, and bountiful in wildlife. This is our Michigan Heritage.
Our current project is replacing old or missing SGA "Rules of Use" placards at parking/camping sites. Many signs and posts have already been replaced by Todd Bashore of the DNR. This spring we will be numbering all parking/camping sites. We will be routing numbers into each site post at all locations and entering the data on GSSGA maps for public use. This will allow the easy identification of your location, camp location, for Gratiot-Saginaw SGA users. We feel this is a very important upgrade for the safety of all outdoor enthusiasts using the Grat-Sag Area. This project will greatly aid in prompt response for all emergency agencies. It will also allow family and friends to easily locate your camp.
Our thanks to the DNR for allowing and assisting with this project.
So long to one of our friends.....and welcome to two new friends!
FGSSGA would like to say "Good-bye"to Bruce Warren of the Rose Lake DNR Office. Bruce is retiring. He has been a good friend and advisor to our group. We will miss him. We wish him all the best in his retirement and his future endeavors.
At the same time we wish to announce and say a group "Welcome aboard", to DNR Wildlife Biologist Chad Fedewa, and MSU Wildlife Outreach Specialist Jordan P. Burroughs. They are energized and most willing to help and advise our organization, as we set and work toward acheiving our goals. We look forward to a great and mutually rewarding relationship with them. Their contact information has been added to our contact page.
The MUCC -
Rabbit habitat (Rabbitat) project inthe
Gratiot-Saginaw Game Area
held March 10, 2013 was a resounding success!
Large numbers of volunteers from all over the state
cut trees and built brush piles. By my count, more than 40 in all.
Some of our "Friends" group pitched in on this
great project for yOur Grat-Sag State Game Area.
To the MUCC, Michigan On-the-Ground,
State of Michigan DNR members, boy scouts,
and all the others who braved the weather,
worked so hard, and gave of their time making this happen....
Article about the event, including pictures
will be posted soon. Meanwhile, here is a link to MUCC's