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Organizations Participating in Growing Greener

The following businesses, organizations, agencies and municipalities are currently involved in the Growing Greener in Southwest Michigan initiative.  Many of these organizations have representatives on a committee that are guiding the Growing Greener work. 

 

FEDERAL:

National Park Service, Rivers, Trails, & Conservation Assistance Program

 

STATE:

Michigan Natural Features Inventory, MDEQ Coastal Zone Management Program

 

TRIBAL:

Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians

 

EDUCATION:

Michigan State University Land Policy Institute 

 

REGIONAL:

Southwest Michigan Planning Commission, Paw Paw River Watershed Group

 

COUNTY:

Berrien County Planning Commission, Cass County Planning Commission, Cass County Conservation District, Cass County & Road Commission Parks Department, Van Buren County Planning Commission, Berrien County Parks Department

 

TOWNSHIP:

Almena Township, Bloomingdale Township, Chikaming Township Planning Commission, Decatur Township, Hamilton Township, Silver Creek Township, St. Joseph, New Buffalo

 

CITY & VILLAGE:

Bangor, Benton Harbor, Bloomingdale,  Hartford, Niles

 

NON-PROFIT:

The Conservation Fund, Chikaming Open Lands, Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy (SWMLC), Meeting Ecological and Agriculture Needs of Dowagiac River System (MEANDRS), Friends of the St. Joseph River

 

PRIVATE:

Homebuilders of Southwest Michigan, Natural Elements Cleaning Services, Prism Science and Technology

 

BECOME A PARTNER IN GROWING GREENER IN

SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN 

Your commitment means that your organization, municipality or agency is willing to be a part of the process to further the idea and plans of a green infrastructure vision.  Your participation is voluntary, but it is also critical to create a successful vision, plan and implementation strategy for the Growing Greener initiative in Southwest Michigan.  

 

Become a partner today click to sign the Resolution of Support Mail or fax back Resolution of Support documents to the following: 

 

Marcy Hamilton

Southwest Michigan Planning Commission

376 West Main Street  Suite 130

Benton Harbor, MI 49022

Fax: (269) 925-0288

hamiltonm@swmpc.org

 

JOIN THE GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVE TODAY!

This page last updated on 5/23/2016.
 
Southwest Michigan Planning Commission  
376 West Main Street  Suite 130  Benton Harbor, MI 49022-3651
Phone: 269.925.1137  Fax: 269.925.0288  
 
 
 

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