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The Michigan unit will be the 42nd of its kind
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Focus on human dimensions and the importance of wildlife conservation to the public’s overall quality of life.
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Established in 1935, our mission is our hallmark: develop the conservation workforce through university graduate education, and to facilitate science decisions and technical assistance between natural resource agencies and universities. There are 41 units in 39 states, with a National Program Office at the U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Virginia.