Michigan Environmental Hall Of Fame


The Muskegon Environmental Research & Education Society (MERES) is seeking nominations for the 2014 Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame.  Click on the link below to get an application to nominate someone or an organization that is deserving recognition for helping make our quality of life better.  Applications are due back to MERES by February 3rd, 2014.


Application Letter 

    Hall of Fame Application     



The Muskegon Environmental Research & Education Society is pleased to announce that the second annual class was inducted into the Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame on May 9th, 2013 at the Gerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids.  Former governor William Miliken, Fred Wilder, and Howard Tanner were inducted on May 9th, 2013.  Huron Pines was inducted in the non-profit organization category and the Michigan State University Extension Service was inducted in the educational category.


2013 Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame Inductees


 Pictured (From Left to Right): Bill Milliken Jr. accepting for former governor William Milliken, Howard Tanner, Fred Wilder, Brad Jensen accepting for Huron Pines, & Dr. Tom Coon accepting for Michigan State University Extension.       




2012 Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame Inductees


Pictured (front row left-right): Theresa Bernhardt; Mary Goodwillie Nelson, daughter of Peter Wege; Terry McCarthy, Wege Foundation; Gloria Miller; and Carol Rose who accepted the award for Robert Slingerland.

(back row left to right): Greg Moss, Ruddiman Creek Task Force; Superintendent Gene Pierce, Tuscola Intermediate School District; Tom Bailey; and Paul Steen, Huron River Watershed Council.


2012 Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame Program