DNR Project Boundaries Maps
Project boundaries are geographic lines that help define the state’s public lands acquisition and disposal strategy (Michigan's Managed Public Land Strategy). As part of the strategy, we will improve project boundary alignments of public lands to more closely reflect actual land ownership. There currently are about 1.9 million acres of privately owned lands scattered within the project boundaries.
The following maps show the boundaries that were approved by the Natural Resources Commission in May, 2004. The maps for each county show the project boundaries overlaid on DNR ownership. (Please note: there is no map for Genesee County, as there are no project boundaries within that county).
To view a map, select a county from the state map or list.
Dark borders represent prosperity regions. For more information on prosperity regions, click here.