Whether you are looking to save money, love fresh vegetables, flower and working in your garden, MSU Extension offers many resources including the popular Master Gardener Volunteer Program.
Michigan Sea Grant supports research focusing on the impact of aquatic nuisance species in the Great Lakes and explores ways to control their spread and prevent future introductions.
Information on how your septic system works.
Frequently asked questions about food safety.
Our Health and Nutrition Staff is committed to delivering high-quality and affordable education to serve the needs of Macomb County’s children, youth, families and older adults.
Listing of Michigan Food Links.
A sustainable community food system integrates food production, processing, distribution, consumption, and waste management in order to enhance the environmental, economic, and social health of residents. Farmers, consumers, and communities partner to create a more locally-based, self-reliant food economy which improves access for all community members to an adequate, affordable nutritious diet.
4H Youth Development Forms.
Macomb County 4-H newsletters go out at the beginning of each month. Material from our 4-H clubs, members and their families is always welcome!
4-H Companion Animals (Dogs, Cats and Pocket Pets)
4-H Companion Animals
Companion Animals are animals that are “pets” as opposed to “livestock”. This includes dogs, cats, pet birds, hamsters, and even reptiles and amphibians. Youth have fun learning how to train and care for their own pets.