Tread Lightly!, Inc. is a national nonprofit organization with a mission to proactively protect recreation access and opportunities in the outdoors through education and stewardship initiatives. Tread Lightly! provides outdoor ethics for all types of outdoor recreation-- everything from hiking to hunting to camping, with a special focus on motorized and mechanized recreation-- like four wheeling, motorcycling, snowmobiling, and boating.
MTGA is a non-profit organization that shall foster and facilitate the creation of an interconnected statewide system of trails and greenways for recreation, health, transportation, economic development and environmental/cultural preservation purposes.
Adopt-a-Forest mutual goals are to enhance enjoyment of public forest land by eliminating illegal dumping and to increase awareness of recycling opportunities for waste materials found.
The Adopt-a-Forest program goals are:
* Prevention through education
* Law enforcement
* Improved legal recycling and disposal options.
The program encourages volunteers--the program’s backbone--to clean up existing trash and to function as an "army" of educators.
You have reached the homepage of the Michigan Geocaching Organization (MiGO). The purpose of our organization is to promote the sport of Geocaching in Michigan via improved communications and to provide information to the public about our activities and the sport of geocaching. Please spend some time on our site. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or visit www.geocaching.com for more details.
Join MiGO Today!
Our free membership gives you many benefits. MiGO is one of the oldest
and most respected Geocaching organizations in the country. Since our
inception in April, 2002 we have grown both in size and stature. In
2007 we were granted an organizational land use permit by the Michigan
DNR. This permit is paid annually by MiGO and enables all our members
to place caches on permitted DNR lands at no fee. This is just one of
the many benefits of your free membership. You'll also become part of a
local and tight-knit Geocaching community with an active interest in
caching in our state. Our forums are very active and are a great place
to meet cachers and learn.
Thousands of Detroiters and visitors are invited to kick off summer on the Detroit International Riverfront with the return of the 2012 Detroit River Days Festival, one of the most highly anticipated summertime events happening June 22-24, 2012.
The three-day festival, presented by the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy, features diverse and family-friendly programming with favorites like the tall ships, towering sand sculptures, eco-friendly kids’ activities and more all celebrating Detroit’s maritime, ecological and culinary culture, as well as live concerts with performances by local, national and international musicians. The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is excited to announce that the Department of Natural Resources is celebrating its Official Kickoff to Summer at Milliken State Park during the Detroit River Days festival.
MiGO will be there with a booth on Saturday from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. You can find us on the map at area 21. Also the coordinates N42° 19.984 W083° 01.583 should get you close.
With the spring and summer event season upon us here in Michigan, the MiGO Board of Directors is proud to announce a challenge/contest for all geocachers.
In keeping with our mission statement of promoting the sport of
geocaching, the appreciation of the outdoors and good environmental
stewardship, we’re challenging you to participate in at least one “Cache
In Trash Out” (CITO) event this year and “Continue the Mission”.
Follow the link MiGO CITO Contest to find out more information on a contest where you could win a pathtag for attending a CITO event here in Michigan.
Note: You must be a registered MiGO member to participate.
Nominated by BSW2010, “Glenn is one of the best cachers in our area and contributes a lot to the geocaching community. He hosts an event every year on New Year’s Day. This proud Silver Level EarthCashe Master puts a lot of thought and effort into every cache he hides. Glenn keeps us plenty busy and is willing to help with any of his hides.”
Thanks to everyone who came out to the MiGO 10 Year Anniversary Picnic, we had a great turnout even though the weather report did not look that good. Congratulations to the following winners of the game:
Son of Cyclops
- Magellan eXplorist GC GPS and a MiGO 10 Year Coin
- MiGO 10 Year Coin and a one year membership to Geocaching.com