The state of Michigan is home to beautiful landscapes and wildlife but how often do you get outdoors and enjoy all that Michigan has to offer? And how do we get the next generation of Michigander's appreciate nature? The Michigan Wildlife Council is currently conducting a campaign to help educate the people of Michigan on the importance of wildlife conservation and wildlife education so future generations can enjoy our state's beautiful natural resources for years to come.

This time, the campaign focused on Grand Rapids' Blandford Nature Center. Kristin Tindall is a Master Naturalist and Educator and she joined us to talk about the community programs the nature center is currently offering to get people connected with nature.

You can learn more about Blandford Nature Center at and for more information about the Michigan Wildlife Council campaign, visit