STOP the Invasives Week, August 1-6, 2017

Invasive species are non-native plants and animals that have the potential to become established in an ecosystem, spread widely, and cause ecological or economic harm or even pose a risk to human health. Learn more at one of our park programs. Watch this page for summer 2017 schedule to learn about the non-native or invasive species in your area, how to identify them and what you can do to help STOP THE INVASIVES!

Algonac State Park
Brighton State Recreation Area
Brimley State Park
Burt Lake State Park
Clear Lake State Park
Hayes State Park
Hoeft State Park
Holland State Park
Indian Lake State Park
Interlochen State Park
Ionia State Recreation Area
Island Lake State Recreation Area
Lakeport State Park
Maybury State Park
McLain State Park
Muskegon State Park
North Higgins Lake State Park
Pontiac Lake State Recreation Area
Proud Lake State Recreation Area
Rifle River State Recreation Area
Sleeper State Park & Port Crescent State Park
Sleepy Hollow State Park
South Higgins Lake State Park
Sterling State Park
Tawas Point State Park
Van Buren State Park
Van Riper State Park
Warren Dunes State Park
Young State Park