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Natural Resources Trust Fund Board
The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Board’s primary function is to submit to the Legislature a priority list of lands recommended for acquisition and/or development through the Natural Resources Trust Fund Grant Program, which supports development and improvement of public outdoor recreation opportunities across the state. The board also provides guidance to the DNR staff responsible for evaluating grant applications, making project recommendations and administering projects funded by the grant program.
Board member names and contact info
History of the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund
State of Michigan boards and commissions application for appointment
|Feb. 15, 2023||9 a.m.||
Michigan Nature Association
|April 19, 2023||9 a.m.||Michigan Nature Association
2310 Science Parkway, Suite 100
Okemos, MI 48864
|June 14, 2023||9 a.m.||River Raisin Battlefield Park Visitor Center
1403 East Elm Avenue
Monroe, MI 48162
|Aug. 16, 2023||9 a.m.||Location to be determined|
|Oct. 18, 2023||9 a.m.||
Lansing area - Location to be determined
|Dec. 13, 2023||9 a.m.||Lansing area - Location to be determined|
Accessible accommodations request
Anyone needing accessible accommodations per the ADA to participate in this meeting should contact the DNR at 517-284-5954 (TTY/TDD711 Michigan Relay Center for the hearing impaired) at least five business days before the scheduled meeting date.
Public comment request
Requests for public comment can be made by filling out the public comment card form. Return the completed form to DNR-Grants@Michigan.gov. Requests received five business days in advance of the meeting date will get five minutes under the public comment agenda item. Requests received less than five business days prior to the meeting date will get three minutes under the public comment agenda item.