Providing solutions to promote conservation and stewardship.
The Resource Institute of Michigan (TRIM) serves organizations and individuals by providing technical assistance, information, education, and outreach to advance solutions for managing our natural resources, implementing conservation efforts, and encouraging stewardship practices. We support opportunities and endeavors that benefit our environment and community health.
Sixteen natural resource professionals gathered at Michigan State University to assist 125 Olivet Middle School 8th grade students to release into the Red Cedar River the salmon they raised during the school year.
Hailing from Calhoun, Eaton, and Hillsdale Conservation Districts, the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, and the Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council, these volunteers provides a day of water quality activities for the students. To support their efforts, TRIM bought lunch for the volunteers and paid for their parking on campus.