Central Michigan CISMA
Chippewa Nature Center

Central Michigan Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area
(CM-CISMA)

Mission: Protect and improve the natural resources, economy and human health
in Central Michigan though collaborative outreach and management of invasive exotic species.

Counties Included: Clare, Gladwin, Gratiot, Isabella and Midland

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To fulfill our mission, we strive to create and support collaborative invasive species management among partners. We also strive to promote invasive species education and outreach, inventory and prevention, and control activities for organizations and private landowners. If you are a landowner or organization in need of a resource for learning about species, identifying a species and/or ways to combat those species, please contact us!

Partners show their support of the Central Michigan Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CM-CISMA) by signing a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) stating that they will work together as a team to manage invasive species. Because invasive species know no boundaries, these relationships are important for effective management. Partnerships can also allow access to new sources of funding and increase implementation efficiency. Our partners include:

  • federal and state agencies
  • municipalities
  • tribes
  • nonprofit organizations
  • community organizations within our five counties

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Contact Us!

Megan Rider, CM-CISMA Coordinator
Chippewa Nature Center
400 S Badour Rd
Midland MI, 48640
coordinator@cmcisma.org
www.cmcisma.org
989.414.2237 or 989.631.0830