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Accessibility Advisory Council
About the council
The Accessibility Advisory Council consists of private citizens, appointed by the DNR director, who demonstrate a clear interest in improving accessibility to Michigan’s natural resources. The council provides guidance to help the DNR develop, manage and plan opportunities for those of all abilities to enjoy Michigan’s natural resources. The council also strives to educate citizens on the importance of accessibility and to involve citizens in the planning and development of facilities and programs that are accessible to all users.
|Feb. 22, 2022||9 a.m.||Virtual|
|May 24, 2022||9 a.m.||Glassen Education Center
Rose Lake Shooting Range
14500 Peacock Road, East Lansing
|Aug. 23, 2022||9 a.m.||Lakeshore Resource Network
Chemical Bank Conference Rm
920 E. Tinkham Ave., Ludington
|Dec. 6, 2022||9 a.m.||DNR Lansing Customer Service Center
Lower Level Conference Rm
4166 Legacy Parkway, Lansing
When contacting the DNR, please use the contact information below. Meetings will be held online with the opportunity for the public to participate in a virtual format. To participate in a meeting, notify the DNR at least two business days in advance of the meeting date. Meeting locations (if held in-person) are barrier-free and ASL interpreters are provided for all meetings. Persons needing additional accommodations to effectively participate in any meeting should contact the DNR. All reasonable efforts will be made to arrange requested accommodations. For additional information, or if you would like to address the council, contact the DNR. All information or materials presented to the council must be submitted in an accessible and descriptive format to the DNR at least 7 business days in advance of the meeting date.