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>Date: Wed, 09 Jul 97 08:57:33 -0500
>From: turneys@dnrserver1.dnr.state.mi.us
>Subject: CORRECTION -- MICHIGAN DNR CALENDAR, JULY 21, 1997
>To: DNRWire@dnrserver1.dnr.state.mi.us
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>Note:  This is a corrected copy of the 7/21/97 DNR Calendar.  The wrong 
>date had been listed for the July meeting of the Upper Manistee River 
>Citizens Advisory Group.  That meeting will take place at 9 a.m. on July 26   
>as noted below in the section titled Public Meetings, Hearings, Review 
>Periods.
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>
>Michigan Department of  Natural Resources
>CALENDAR
>Volume 5, Number 15
>July 21, 1997
>
>PUBLICATION SCHEDULE
>The DNR Calendar is published every two weeks, on 
>alternate Mondays, by the Michigan Department of Natural 
>Resources.  We welcome your comments on style, format 
>and information to ensure that this calendar is as informative
>as possible.
>
>TIMETABLE FOR DECISIONS
>No pending decision listed in the DNR Calendar will be 
>made until seven days after the initial calendar publication date.
>
>DIAL-UP BULLETIN BOARD SYSTEM (BBS) ACCESS
>This calendar is available on the DNR's dial-up bulletin 
>board system (BBS).  To use this system, call 1-800-699-
>MDNR, or locally call 517-373-3081.  Set your modem to 
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>are supported.  ANSI BBS protocol works best, but most 
>others are supported.
>
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>
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>
>DNR CALENDAR
>MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL 
>RESOURCES
>PO BOX 30028
>LANSING MI  48909-7528
>
>EQUAL RIGHTS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE USERS
>The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) 
>provides equal opportunities for employment and for 
>access to Michigan natural resources.  State and federal 
>laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, 
>national origin, religion, disability, age, marital status, 
>height and weight.  If you believe you have been 
>discriminated against in any program, activity or facility, 
>please write the MDNR Office of Equal Opportunity, 
>Litigation, and Program Services, P.O. Box 30028, 
>Lansing, MI  48909; or the Michigan Department of Civil 
>Rights, 1200 6th Avenue, Detroit, MI  48826.  For more 
>information about this publication, contact the MDNR 
>Office of Information and Education,  P.O. Box 30028, 
>Lansing, MI  48909-7528.
>
>This publication is available in alternative format.
>
>IN THIS ISSUE:
>"Fishing in the Parks" Programs, June 17-August 12
>DNR Open House in Livonia, July 23
>Public Auction of State Land, July 30
>DNR Open House in Alpena, August 6
>Volleyball Events at State Parks, July-August
>
>MICHIGAN DNR FIELD/DISTRICT STRUCTURE
>
>UPPER PENINSULA FIELD HEADQUARTERS:
>	1990 US 41 S
>	MARQUETTE  49855
>	906-228-6561
>
>UPPER PENINSULA DISTRICT OFFICES:
>
>	1	BARAGA
>		427 US 41 N  49908
>		906-353-6651
>
>	2	CRYSTAL FALLS
>		BOX 300  49920
>		906-875-6622
>
>	3	ESCANABA
>		6833 HWY 2  41 & M-35
>		GLADSTONE  49837
>		906-786-2351
>
>	4	NEWBERRY
>		BOX 77
>		M-123 NR M-28  49868
>		906-293-5131
>
>LOWER PENINSULA FIELD HEADQUARTERS:
>	BOX 128
>	8717 N ROSCOMMON RD  48653
>	517-275-5151
>
>LOWER PENINSULA DISTRICT OFFICES:
>
>	5	GAYLORD
>		BOX 667
>		1732 W M-32  49735
>
>	6	CADILLAC
>		8015 MACKINAW TRAIL  49601
>		616-775-9727
>
>	7	MIO
>		BOX 939
>		191 S MT TOM RD  48647
>		517-826-3211
>
>	8	BAY CITY
>		503 N EUCLID AVE
>		SUITE 9B  48706
>		517-684-9141
>
>	9	GRAND RAPIDS
>		6TH FLOOR
>		STATE OFFICE BUILDING
>		350 OTTAWA NW  49503
>		616-456-5071
>
>	10	LIVONIA
>		38980 SEVEN MILE RD  48152
>		313-953-0241
>
>	11	SHIAWASSEE
>		10650 BENNETT DR
>		MORRICE  48857
>		517-625-4600
>
>	12	PLAINWELL
>		BOX 355
>		621 N 10TH ST  49080
>		616-685-6581
>
>	13	JACKSON
>		301 E LOUIS GLICK HWY  49201
>		517-780-7900
>		
>PUBLIC MEETINGS, OPEN HOUSES, EVENTS
>
>ACCESS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
>Persons with disabilities needing accommodations for 
>effective participation in any meetings noted in this calendar 
>should call or write the appropriate meeting information 
>contact listed at least one week in advance to request 
>mobility, visual, hearing or other assistance.
>
>AUCTIONS
>
>JULY 30, 9:00 a.m.
>PUBLIC AUCTION OF STATE LAND.  Auction of 259 
>parcels of state-owned land in 15 Upper Peninsula counties.  
>The auction will take place at the Holiday Inn, US 41, 
>Marquette, Marquette County.  Bidder registration begins at 
>9:00 a.m. and the auction starts at 10:00 a.m.  To obtain a 
>Public Auction Sales Booklet, contact Adrian Jentoft.  
>Information Contact:  Adrian Jentoft, Real Estate Division, 
>906-228-6561.
>
>OPEN HOUSES
>
>JULY 23, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
>PUBLIC LISTENING AND OUTREACH OPEN HOUSE, 
>Livonia Civic Center Library, 32777 Five Mile Road, 
>Livonia, Wayne County.  This is the sixth of a series of ten 
>open houses held in various locations statewide during 
>1997, which will be an opportunity for anyone who has a 
>question, concern or compliment to address issues to DNR 
>employees, including Deputies and Division Chiefs.  
>Information Contact:  Denise Mogos, DNR Livonia District 
>Office, 313-953-1528.
>
>AUGUST 6, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
>PUBLIC LISTENING AND OUTREACH OPEN HOUSE, 
>Alpena Holiday Inn, 1000 US 23 North, Alpena, Alpena 
>County.  This is the seventh of a series of ten open houses 
>held in various locations statewide during 1997, which will 
>be an opportunity for anyone who has a question, concern 
>or compliment to address issues to DNR employees, 
>including Deputies and Division Chiefs.  Information 
>Contact:  Ron Schmoke, DNR Gaylord District 
>Headquarters Field Administrator, 517-732-3541, ext. 
>5006.
>
>PARK EVENTS
>
>FOR ALL PARK EVENTS... It is always recommended to 
>call ahead to confirm dates and times prior to an event.  A 
>$20 annual motor vehicle permit or $4 daily entrance fee is 
>required for entry into any Michigan State Park.  For 
>camping reservations, call 1-800-44-PARKS.
>
>JUNE 17 - AUG 12, every Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
>"FISHING IN THE PARKS" PROGRAMS provide free 
>fishing lessons at 15 state parks and recreation areas every 
>Tuesday evening beginning at 6:30 p.m.  Supplies of fishing 
>rods are limited; individuals should bring their own fishing 
>equipment if possible. Reservations are not necessary; but 
>large groups and organizations are encouraged to call 
>ahead.
>
>     Bay City State Recreation Area, Bay City, 517-684-
>     3020 
>     Fort Custer Recreation Area, Augusta, 616-731-4200 
>     W.J. Hayes State Park, Onstead, 517-467-7401 
>     Island Lake Recreation Area, Brighton, 810-229-7067 
>     Ionia Recreation Area, Ionia, 616-527-3750 
>     Ludington State Park, Ludington, 616-843-8671 
>     Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area, Metamora, 810-
>     797-4439 
>     Wm. Mitchell State Park, Cadillac, 616-779-1321 
>     Muskegon State Park, North Muskegon, 616-744-3480 
>     Pontiac Lake Recreation Area, Waterford, 810-666-
>     1020 
>     Port Crescent State Park, Port Austin, 517-738-8663 
>     Sleepy Hollow State Park, Laingsburg, 517-651-6217 
>     Sterling State Park, Monroe, 313-289-2715 
>     Tawas Point State Park, East Tawas, 517-362-5041 
>     Yankee Springs Recreation Area, Middleville, 616-795-
>     9081
>
>JULY 26
>THE MIDWEST PROFESSIONAL VOLLEYBALL 
>ASSOCIATION brings the best men and women from the 
>Midwest and beyond. Watch the future stars of tomorrow 
>contend for the coveted $50,000 purse at Grand Haven 
>State Park on July 26 and Holland State Park August 2. For 
>event information, call Michigan Outdoor Volleyball Events 
>(M.O.V.E.) at 616-786-0393. Camping sites are already full 
>at Grand Haven and Holland State Parks during this 
>summer's volleyball events. To camp at a nearby park, or to 
>make a reservation for another weekend, call 1-800-44-
>PARKS for reservations.
>
>JULY 26, 8 p.m.
>WHITE PINE LOGGING DAYS, Tahquamenon Falls 
>State Park, Paradise.  Join master storyteller Wendell 
>Hoover and relive the days when white pine was king.  For 
>more information, call 906-492-3415.
>
>JULY 26, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
>OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY, Hartwick Pines State Park, 
>Grayling.  Nature-lovers and anyone interested in 
>photography can learn the basics of photography taught by 
>Bill Zadorsky.  This class includes seminars on composition, 
>camera placement and tricks of the trade.  A nature hike for 
>picture taking opportunities is included in the program.  
>Participants should bring a camera (35 mm preferred), 
>tripod, flash, spray water bottle, filters, shutter cable release 
>and film.  Class size is limited to 20 students, so register 
>early.  Fee for this class is $35.  For more information, call 
>517-348-2539.
>
>JULY 26, 10 a.m.
>5TH ANNUAL HARRISVILLE STATE PARK SAND 
>SCULPTING CONTEST, Harrisville State Park, 
>Harrisville.  Have great family fun at the beach building sand 
>castles.  Registration by age categories begins at 10 a.m. at 
>the park picnic area.  Judging starts at noon.  No fee for this 
>artistic competition.  For more information, call 517-724-
>5126.
>
>JULY 26-27, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
>NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL EXPERIENCE, 
>William Mitchell State Park, Carl T. Johnson Hunting and 
>Fishing Center, Cadillac, Participants listen to exciting 
>stories told by White Raven, a Native American storyteller.  
>Native American artifacts, a wigwam and a longhouse will 
>be on exhibit for people to view and examine.  Participants 
>are encouraged to spend time interacting with White Raven 
>between programs.  Contact the Carl T. Johnson Hunting 
>and Fishing Center at 616-779-1321.
>
>JULY 26-27
>BUDWEISER JET SPORTS TOUR, Pontiac Lake 
>Recreation Area, Waterford. Race lovers will get a thrill 
>watching these speed boats fly across the water.  Spectators 
>can observe from a one-third-mile beach, the longest inland 
>beach in Michigan.  For more information, call 248-666-
>1020.
>
>JULY 26-27
>THE SPIKEFEST SERIES makes two stops at the 
>gorgeous beaches of Grand Haven State Park July 26-27 
>and Holland State Park, August 2-3. More than 800 teams 
>compete across the state in this series throughout the 
>summer.  The Spikefest Series is open to all skill levels and 
>includes men, women and coed teams. For more 
>information call M.O.V.E at 616-786-0393. Camping sites 
>are already full at Grand Haven and Holland State Parks 
>during this summer's volleyball events. To camp at a nearby 
>park, or to make a reservation for another weekend, call 1-
>800-44-PARKS for reservations.
>
>JULY 27, 2:00 p.m.
>BUTTERFLY SAFARI, Waterloo State Recreation Area, 
>Chelsea, Geology Center.  Explore the world of butterflies 
>with summer interpreter Lisa McDonald on this foray into 
>summer fields at Waterloo.  Learn some basic butterfly 
>ecology and behavior along the way.  For more information, 
>call 313-475-3170.
>
>AUGUST 2
>THE MIDWEST PROFESSIONAL VOLLEYBALL 
>ASSOCIATION brings the best men and women from the 
>Midwest and beyond. Watch the future stars of tomorrow 
>contend for the coveted $50,000 purse at Grand Haven 
>State Park on July 26 and Holland State Park August 2. For 
>event information, call Michigan Outdoor Volleyball Events 
>(M.O.V.E.) at 616-786-0393. Camping sites are already full 
>at Grand Haven and Holland State Parks during this 
>summer's volleyball events. To camp at a nearby park, or to 
>make a reservation for another weekend, call 1-800-44-
>PARKS for reservations.
>
>AUGUST 2-3
>THE SPIKEFEST SERIES makes two stops at the 
>gorgeous beaches of Grand Haven State Park July 26-27 
>and Holland State Park, August 2-3. More than 800 teams 
>compete across the state in this series throughout the 
>summer.  The Spikefest Series is open to all skill levels and 
>includes men, women and coed teams. For more 
>information call M.O.V.E at 616-786-0393. Camping sites 
>are already full at Grand Haven and Holland State Parks 
>during this summer's volleyball events. To camp at a nearby 
>park, or to make a reservation for another weekend, call 1-
>800-44-PARKS for reservations.
>
>PUBLIC MEETINGS, HEARINGS, REVIEW PERIODS
>
>JULY 21, 4:30 p.m.
>PUBLIC HEARING OF THE PERE MARQUETTE 
>RIVER NATURAL RIVER ZONING REVIEW BOARD 
>at the Pleasant Plains Township Hall in Baldwin, Lake 
>County, to decide on requests for variance from the natural 
>river zoning standards on the Big South and Little South 
>Branches of the Pere Marquette River.  Information 
>Contact:  Jan Fenske, Fisheries Division, 517-732-3541.
>
>JULY 22, 7:00 p.m.
>MEETING OF THE MIDDLE MANISTEE RIVER 
>CITIZENS ADVISORY GROUP at the Mitchell State Park 
>Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center, 6093 E. M-
>115, Cadillac, Wexford County.  Agenda items will include 
>public land management in the Natural River District.  
>Information Contact:  Dan Pearson, Forest Management 
>Division, 517-335-3441.
>
>JULY 24, 7:00 p.m.
>PUBLIC HEARING OF THE RIFLE RIVER NATURAL 
>RIVER ZONING REVIEW BOARD at the Deep River 
>Township Hall, Sterling, Arenac County, to decide on a 
>request for variance from the natural river zoning standards 
>on the Rifle River.  Information Contact:  Jan Fenske, 
>Fisheries Division, 517-732-3541.
>
>JULY 25, 7:00 p.m.
>MEETING OF THE PINE RIVER CITIZENS 
>ADVISORY GROUP at the Consumers Energy Cadillac 
>Service Center, 330 Chestnut Street, Cadillac, Wexford 
>County.  Agenda items will include public land management 
>in the Natural River District.  Information Contact:  Dan 
>Pearson, Forest Management Division, 517-335-3441.
>
>JULY 26, 9:00 a.m.
>MEETING OF THE UPPER MANISTEE RIVER 
>CITIZENS ADVISORY GROUP at the Bear Lake 
>Township Hall, East Bear Lake Road and M-72, Kalkaska 
>County.  Agenda items will include public land management 
>in the Natural River District.  Information Contact:  Dan 
>Pearson, Forest Management Division, 517-335-3441.
>
>AUGUST 5, 7:00 p.m.
>PUBLIC MEETING ON FOUR NEW PITTMAN-
>ROBERTSON PROJECTS.  Draft documents will be 
>available beginning July 10, 1997.  The four new projects 
>are:  1) Statewide Operations/Maintenance, Surveys, and 
>Wetland Habitat Management; 2) Upland Wildlife Habitat 
>Management on Northern Michigan State Forests; 3) 
>Upland Wildlife Habitat Management on Southern Michigan 
>Wildlife Management Areas; and 4) Statewide Ecosystem 
>Planning and Technical Assistance.  The meeting will be 
>held at the Gladstone DNR District Headquarters, 6833 
>Highways 2/41 and M-35, Gladstone (Delta County).  
>Information contact:  Penney Melchoir, Wildlife Division, 
>517-373-1263.
>
>AUGUST  6, 7:00 p.m.
>PUBLIC MEETING ON FOUR NEW PITTMAN-
>ROBERTSON PROJECTS.  Draft documents will be 
>available beginning July 10, 1997.  The four new projects 
>are:  1) Statewide Operations/Maintenance, Surveys, and 
>Wetland Habitat Management; 2) Upland Wildlife Habitat 
>Management on Northern Michigan State Forests; 3) 
>Upland Wildlife Habitat Management on Southern Michigan 
>Wildlife Management Areas; and 4) Statewide Ecosystem 
>Planning and Technical Assistance.  The meeting will be 
>held at the Roscommon DNR Headquarters, 8717 North 
>Roscommon Road, Roscommon (Roscommon County).  
>Information contact:  Penney Melchoir, Wildlife Division, 
>517-373-1263.
>
>AUGUST 7, 7:00 p.m.
>PUBLIC MEETING ON FOUR NEW PITTMAN-
>ROBERTSON PROJECTS.  Draft documents will be 
>available beginning July 10, 1997.  The four new projects 
>are:  1) Statewide Operations/ Maintenance, Surveys, and 
>Wetland Habitat Management; 2) Upland Wildlife Habitat 
>Management on Northern Michigan State Forests; 3) 
>Upland Wildlife Habitat Management on Southern Michigan 
>Wildlife Management Areas; and 4) Statewide Ecosystem 
>Planning and Technical Assistance.  The meeting will be 
>held at Michigan United Conservation Clubs Headquarters, 
>2101 Wood Street, Lansing (Ingham County).  Information 
>contact:  Penney Melchoir, Wildlife Division, 517-373-
>1263.
>
>AUGUST 13, 4:30 p.m.
>NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION MEETING, 
>Westin Hotel, Renaissance Center, Detroit, Wayne County.  
>Public appearances will begin at 4:30 p.m. and may be 
>scheduled by calling Teresa Gloden.  Information Contact:  
>Teresa Gloden, NRC Secretary, 517-373-2352.
>
>AUGUST 14, 9:00 a.m.
>NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION MEETING, 
>Westin Hotel, Renaissance Center, Detroit, Wayne County.  
>Information Contact:  Teresa Gloden, NRC Secretary, 517-
>373-2352.
>
>AUGUST 15
>PUBLIC REVIEW PERIOD CLOSES FOR FOUR NEW 
>PITTMAN-ROBERTSON PROJECTS.  The four new 
>projects are:  1) Statewide Operations/Maintenance, 
>Surveys, and Wetland Habitat Management; 2) Upland 
>Wildlife Habitat Management on Northern Michigan State 
>Forests; 3) Upland Wildlife Habitat Management on 
>Southern Michigan Wildlife Management Areas; and 4) 
>Statewide Ecosystem Planning and Technical Assistance.  
>Information contact:  Penney Melchoir, Wildlife Division, 
>517-373-1263. 
>
>SEPTEMBER 10, 6:30 p.m.
>OFF-ROAD VEHICLE (ORV) ADVISORY BOARD 
>MEETING at the Quality Inn Hotels, Lansing, Ingham 
>County.  Information Contact:  Margo Fuller, Forest 
>Management Division, 517-373-9483.
>
>SEASONS, LICENSES
>
>AUGUST 1
>APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR ANTLERLESS DEER 
>HUNTING LICENSES
>
>AUGUST 1
>CROW HUNTING SEASON OPENS STATEWIDE
>
>
>
>

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             Rita Jack     Hartland, MI
                 <yukon@ismi.net>
  "I have seen the enemy, and it is us." -Pogo
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