You're invited to a virtual facilitated session Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 1-4 p.m. to collaborate with others on the DNR land strategy revision process.
To participate, please use the following link from Microsoft Teams. You do not have to have Microsoft Teams on your computer to join. This link is specific to this meeting and only will be active during this session. If you don’t have access to a computer you may call in using the phone number provided.
Join Microsoft Teams Meeting
or call 248-509-0316
Conference ID: 443 848 670#
If you have trouble joining, please contact Kerry Wieber at 517-643-1256
As part of the strategy development process, we’ve been asking to hear what you think about Michigan’s public lands – including the 4.6 million acres managed by the DNR. This meeting is another chance for you to weigh in and be heard.
An updated public land strategy, which must be submitted to the Michigan Legislature for consideration and approval by July 1, 2021, will explain why a public land base is so important and provide goals, strategies and measurable objectives to guide the DNR in:
We will be discussing these goals and more information about the proposed revisions at this session. Draft sections of the land strategy have recently been added to our website, and additional information will be available for your review prior to the meeting. Please visit the site to prepare for the facilitated discussion.
During the meeting we also will be using an interactive presentation tool called Mentimeter that will allow you to answer questions, provide feedback and interact with us in real time. This won’t be required for attendance, but it does allow you to participate in the meeting as if we were all in the same room together.
To use this tool, go to Menti.com a few minutes before the meeting with your smartphone or computer. The facilitator will provide the meeting code for access during the presentation.
We’re looking forward to your participation and an active conversation about the land strategy.
Please look for future communications from us and visit Michigan.gov/PublicLands for information and updates throughout the process. Thanks for playing a part in helping the DNR leverage the power of public lands.