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Iron Baraga Conservation District

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Iron Baraga Conservation District
2 South Sixth Street, Suite 15
Crystal Falls, Michigan 49920

(906) 875-3765

Normal office Hours*:

*much of our work takes place in the field,

we may not be in the office due to a workshop or site visit.


Monday to Thursday     8:00 am to 2:00 pm CST or 9:00 am to 3:00 pm EST

*Additional hours by appointment

Office: lower level of the Iron County Courthouse.

Jen Ricker: District Manager, WePIC Coordinator , Pesticide Applicator, Soil & Sed Permit CEA

[email protected]

Cell (906) 367-1203

Roger Jaworski: FAP Forester

[email protected]

Cell (906) 235-5831

You can reach:

Deb Bendick: Assistant Manager, Aquatic Invasive Outreach Specialist

Mike Zukowski: Project Manager, WePIC Crew, Pesticide Applicator

Sue James:  WePIC Crew, Pesticide Applicator

Don James: Clean Boat Clean Waters Boat Washer

Linda Lindberg: WePIC Crew, Pesticide Applicator

At:(906) 875-3765 or [email protected]

We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.  ~Native American Proverb

Iron Baraga Conservation District is one of Michigan's 77 Conservation Districts.  We are providers of natural resource management services and information. Our goal is simple: To help local citizens manage their lands and preserve our environment. Funding for our programs, plumbing services, plumbing repair, projects, drain cleaning, workshops, and outreach events come from our tree sale, grants, contracts, and donations.

Some of our current grants help with: Forest Management, Aquatic Invasive Species and Terrestial Invasive Species.

We are funded by the MDNR MISGP Grant Program, the USFS provided GLRI Grant Program, The UPRC&D, and the WE MEF Grant Fund, and our Spring & Fall Tree Sales

Mission:  To encourage the wise use of our natural resources through promotion and education.

Vision:  We will protect, conserve and encourage the use of our natural resources in a responsible manner. 

Conservation Districts began to form during the dust bowl years. Iron Conservation District served the people of Iron County since 1961. Iron Conservation District and Baraga Conservation District merged on Feb 9th, 2016 and formed the Iron Baraga Conservation District.  We now serve both Iron and Baraga Counties. Many environmental issues we face today cross county and state borders; We work in partnership with many State or County agencies, and many other Conservation Districts to  help all who live in this great county.

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