The Science, Practice, & Art of
Restoring Native Ecosystems
January 11-12th | 2019 Conference
KELLOGG CENTER | EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
The Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference is an opportunity for Professionals and Volunteers to attend training sessions, network across a broad spectrum of environmental fields, learn about new advancements, compare best practices, and renew their excitement for environmental work.
CONNECT | INFORM | REVITALIZE
Choose an Activity
- Keynote Speaker Jeff Grignon, Forest Regeneration Forester, Cultural Resource Identification and Protection at Menominee Tribal Enterprises.
- Over 50 Presentations on a range of environmental subjects and issues
- Poster Reception and Student Poster Competition
- Midewewin Water Ceremony
- Photography Contest
- Trivia Night
- Networking Opportunities with hundreds of participants from around North America.
Forest Regeneration Forester, Cultural Resource Identification and Protection at Menominee Tribal Enterprises
“Listening to the Forest: A Journey Between Two Worlds”
Jeff Grignon is a father, grandfather, husband and enrolled member of the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin. A life-long student of the environment; and having eighteen years of western and southern fire experience, he has now accepted the honor and responsibility to aid in the regeneration or the giving back of what the Menominee forest has offered. His responsibilities as a tribal member also include the preservation and protection of cultural habitational areas and the stories they continue to tell.