1. How did the stream cross the road? (A look into MiCorps' newest stream monitoring practice)
  2. Watershed Management Planning for Restoration and Protection
  3. Volunteer Stream Monitoring Grants Awarded for 2014
  4. Alger County: More Streams than People
  5. Environmental DNA Monitoring of Invasive Species with the Help of MiCorps Volunteers
  6. Focus on the CLMP
  7. Updates and News from the CLMP Exotic Aquatic Plant Watch
  8. Volunteer Corner: Getting to Know Kim Andrews, Volunteer Monitor on Kelsey Lake (Cass Co.)
  9. MiCorps Updates
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The MiCorps Monitor newsletter is a regular publication aimed at facilitating the exchange of information and ideas among volunteer monitoring program leaders, volunteers, and resource professionals on volunteer monitoring issues specific to Michigan.

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Current issue: Issue 12, Fall 2014

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