Free Training For All
Increase your organization's ability to identify, map, and treat invasive species.
Providing Services and Support
Through our supporting grants, you may have access to free treatments and resources such as management equipment, trained invasive species technicians, educational opportunities, and outreach materials
Forum for Learning and Discussion of Invasive Species
Get involved with other partners dedicated to managing invasive species.
Education and Outreach
Presentations and materials for training, workshops, meetings, schools, etc.
Assistance in Invasive Species Management Efforts
Partners can utilize trained technicians and gain assistance in organizing volunteers for management events while promoting community support
Meet our Partners
Bay Mills Indian Community
The Biological Services Department strives to enhance, protect, and restore fish, wildlife, and plant communities and water bodies. Staff participate in research and monitoring of the environment on both tribal trust lands and the surrounding region. Major programs include Great Lakes fisheries assessments, inland fish and wildlife assessments, forest management, invasive species management, beach health monitoring, water quality assessments, and some recycling programs to reduce hazardous chemical entering the environment. Biological Services also provides outreach and education to the community in both public events and printed publications.
Chippewa County Road Commission
The Chippewa County Road Commission was formed as a result of the passage of Act 283 of 1909, which still exists today and serves as the main law governing road commission policy. Our territory extends from Whitefish Point to Drummond Island. We maintain 1,284 miles of county roads and have an agreement with the Michigan Department of Transportation to maintain 527 lane miles of State highway. Chippewa county is the only county in Michigan with 3 islands inhabited year-round with full-time ferry service.
Chippewa County, MI
Located in the northeastern corner of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Chippewa County is home to the famous Soo Locks. With year-round recreational activities, historical sites, spectacular lighthouses, endless forests, and countless recreational waters, there is something for everyone. As of the 2010 census, the population was 38,520. The county seat is located in Sault Ste. Marie. The county is named for the Ojibwe (Chippewa) people and formally organized in 1826.
Chippewa Luce Mackinac
"Your Local Source For All Your Conservation and Natural Resources Needs"
The Chippewa Luce Mackinac Conservation District's (CLMCD) mission is to assist with land use management through education, community projects, and services. CLMCD accomplishes its mission by coordinating assistance from all available sources – public and private, local, State, and Federal – to develop locally driven solutions to natural resources concerns.
The number of employees actively working on projects and programs in our District fluctuates depending on the number of federal, state, and local grants made available to the District. CLMCD focuses its efforts based on their natural resource assessment completed by the public within 7 main categories including Agriculture, Water Stewardship, Habitat, Recreation, Invasive Species, Education & Outreach, and Forestry. CLMCD is a proud founding member of the CISMA and has been its administration/financial fiduciary since before is formal beginning
Chippewa Ottawa Resource Authority
The Chippewa Ottawa Resource Authority (CORA) is composed of each tribal chairperson and natural resource entity chairperson from five local tribes: Bay Mills Indian Community, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, and the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians. Under the CORA Charter, the Great Lakes Resource Committee was established to serve as an inter-tribal management body for the 1836 Treaty fishery, leading to the creation of the Inland Lands and Waters Resources Committee to oversee inland resource matters. The 1836 Treaty fishery continues to be one of the most regulated fisheries on the Great Lakes, subject to regulations under CORA, the tribes, FDA HACCP seafood safety, and US Coast Guard maritime safety.
Curtis Garden Club
Curtis, Michigan is a pristine area home to 20,000 acres of beautiful inland lakes and streams. Within Curtis, the Curtis Garden Club assists members interested in keeping beautiful gardens and flower beds.
Clark Township, MI
In the 17th century, European explorers and fur traders sojourned through this wooded and protected waterway of 36 islands and homeland of the Anishinaabe called Les Cheneaux, by the French explorers, an expression referring to "The Channels". Today, sheltered bays along the 12-mile coastland, unique and colorful boathouses, sandy beaches, woodland trails, and natural beauty of the area welcome contemporary explorers and offer four seasons of fun, rest, and relaxation for vacationers and residents alike. Two thousand people call Clark Township home, living in the villages of Cedarville, Hessel, or residing within the Les Cheneaux Islands. The Les Cheneaux Islands was designated by the Nature Conservancy as one of the "Last Great Places on earth" for its unique and virtually pristine environment and ecology. Rare rock formations, a 36-island archipelago, geologic formation along the Niagara escarpment, a variety of coniferous and hardwood trees, bouquets of wildflowers, and home to a variety of wildlife from migratory birds to game fishes, deer, bear, wolves and inhabit the woods, waters, and islands.
Department of Natural Resources, MI
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use, and enjoyment of the state's natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. The DNR strives to protect natural and cultural resources, ensure sustainable recreation use and enjoyment, enable strong natural resource-based economies, improve and build strong relationships and partnerships, and foster effective business practices and good governance. Less than 15% of the DNR’s budget comes from state taxes (General Fund). The remainder of the DNR's budget is paid through about 50 different funding sources, including user fees paid by those who hunt, fish, snowmobile, camp, harvest timber, ride ORVs, or otherwise take part in natural resource-based activities.
Three Shores CISMA is partnered with the following DNR program areas: Parks, Wildlife, Fisheries & Forestry
EUP Board of Realtors
The Eastern Upper Peninsula Board of REALTORS® was established in 1977. Our main service areas are Chippewa. Luce, and Mackinac Counties in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Our services offered:
MLS – Multiple Listing Service
MRA – Michigan Reciprocal Agreement Member
MR – Michigan REALTORS®
NAR – National Association of REALTORS®
The Forestland Group
The Forestland Group, LLC (TFG) is an independent Timber Investment Management Organization (TIMO) with Fund properties across the eastern US & Canada as well as Central America. Focused primarily on hardwood forests (most in the US) and using natural regeneration, TFG’s portfolio is entirely certified to sustainability standards under either the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) (US & Central America) or the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) (Canada). TFG is a leader in conservation activities, with more conservation easements and carbon projects than any other TIMO. Besides management on our own properties, we recognize our role in the conservation and management of the broader landscape and pride ourselves in partnering and participation with Three Shores CISMA and other important regional conservation initiatives where our properties are located.
Gregory Gardens/KWOZ Landscaping
"Growing Plants for the North" We carry an extensive array of Trees, Perennials, Annuals, Shrubs,Vegetable Plants, Herbs, Mulch, and Landscaping materials. Our Facebook page is about the Gardening and Landscape services we provide. We also will include tips and insights. Products include: Annuals, Perennials, Shrubs, Mulch, Trees, Vegetable Plants, Herbs, Lancscaping, Bricks and Hardscaping.
Welcome to Grossman Forestry Company, located in Newberry, MI. Your Upper Peninsula forest parcel can offer you many possibilities. Which should be the most important? How are you willing to participate to help your U.P. forest reach its potential of usefulness, productivity, and increased value? If you own or are considering the purchase of Michigan woodlands, Grossman Forestry can assist by providing a scientific evaluation to identify your forest management options.
Haylake Horticultural Service
For the past several years I’ve had the pleasure of sharing my experience and knowledge by writing articles for horticultural trade and consumer gardening magazines, a press release and an email campaign for a maker of precision measuring tools, ad copy and video scripts for tool companies, blog posts for lawn care, greenhouse suppliers and a cannabis nutrition company; web content for a landscape designer, and direct mail for a lawn irrigation supplier.
Hendricks Township is located in Mackinac County and is bordered to the south by Lake Michigan. This 81.1 square mile Township was first settled in the mid-1850s and was known for its fishing and lumbering opportunities. Today, paddling, camping, and other outdoor pursuits attract visitors to the region. In recent years, limestone extraction (both through surface quarries and underground mining) has become a contributor to the local economy. Hendricks Township is located on US-2 – the main east-west highway in the southern section of the Upper Peninsula. Along the highway, travelers experience the Cut River Bridge, a cantilevered steel deck structure over the Cut River 147 feet below. The unincorporated community of Epoufette is also found in Hendricks Township.
Hiawatha Sportsman's Club
Located in Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula, HSC is a member-owned wilderness playground with 35,000 acres of private forests, spring-fed streams, picturesque lakes, and winding trails. Hunt, fish, golf, hike, explore, or simply relax. This is truly Sportsman’s Country!
Invasive Species Centre, Ontario
The Invasive Species Centre prevents the spread of invasive species in Canada by connecting stakeholders with knowledge and technology. Incorporated as a non-for-profit in 2011, the Invasive Species Centre is a hub for collaboration and knowledge sharing between stakeholders and has grown into a respected partner and leader in invasive species science, education, and action in Canada, and beyond.
Luce County Road Commission
Les Cheneaux Watershed Council
Lake States Fire Science Consortium
Lake Superior State University
Little Traverse Conservancy
Mackinac County, MI
Michigan Karst Conservancy