Lakeside Daisy (Hymenoxis herbacea)
Lakeside Daisy Reintroduction Site
Ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius)
Dried Up Algal Mat
The Blue Hole
Gateway to the Blue Hole
Lakeside Daisy Restoration Site
Wastewater Treatment Pond
Front Row L to R: Lisa Stelzner, MSU; Beth Miller, MSU; Julie Fendt, U
Back Row, L to R: Lance Merry, Millikin University, IL; Tyler Bassett,
MSU; Colin Kremer, MSU; Tim Beenan, GVSU; Abigail Shirrick, U of M-Dearborn
The Michigan Botanical Club is the native plant society for Michigan. We are also home of the Michigan Big Tree Program.
The club was founded in 1941 and consists of five chapters.
The focus of the Michigan Botanical Club is:
Conservation of all native plants.
Education of the public to appreciate and preserve plant life.
Sponsorship of research and publication on plant life.
Sponsorship of legislation to promote preservation of Michigan native flora.
Establishment of suitable sanctuaries and natural areas.
Cooperation in programs concerned with the use and conservation of all natural resources and scenic features.