Department of Natural Resources
As we celebrate 100 years of caring for Michigan’s outdoors and history, businesses and organizations are invited to get involved as sponsors and partners in conserving natural and cultural resources, while connecting with the millions of people who enjoy these resources.
With only 15% of the DNR’s annual budget coming from general tax dollars and other sources, new and creative revenue sources are key.
Businesses and organizations interested in these or other opportunities can contact Kristin Phillips via email or at 517-284-6065 to discuss.
Advertise in Michigan's Fishing Guide and reach over 1 million anglers.
This collection of partners works with the DNR to raise awareness and support through revenue sharing – on products or services of interest to outdoor enthusiasts. Pease contact Maia Turek via email or at 989-225-8573 for more details.
Our "outdoorpreneur" partners include concessions, restaurants, gift shops, rental outfitters, water park operators, guide services and many others. Contact Lori Green via email or at 989-275-5151, ext. 2722006, for more information.
From exhibit and display sponsors to naming rights on the building, those interested in promoting stewardship and enjoyment of Michigan’s natural resources have an opportunity to inspire millions annually through this hands-on, urban educational facility.
Help thousands of school-age children in the Bay City, Flint and surrounding areas experience the natural world by contributing to the Saginaw Bay Visitor Center – building and science lab naming rights and exhibit sponsorships are coming soon. Contact Jon Spieles via email or at 906-293-5131 x4023.
Sponsor habitat projects on state lands and help grassland wildlife thrive. Support of this program provides valuable habitat for a wide range of wildlife, including deer, turkeys, pheasants, ducks, cottontail rabbits, songbirds and pollinators.
Become a partner in the Iron Belle Trail, which aims to create a seamless, 2,000-mile trail – with two distinct routes, one for bicycling and one for hiking – that connects Michigan from Belle Isle in Detroit to Ironwood in the western Upper Peninsula.
Help tell the story of the DNR over the past 100 years – with co-messaging, social media partnerships and more – as the department commemorates its centennial anniversary throughout 2021. Contact Dustin Isenhoff via email or at 517-284-6248 to discuss how your business or organization can get involved in the DNR centennial celebration.