State Sen. Phil Pavlov will host DNR Director, Rodney Stokes, in the district Monday, February 27, for a conservation town hall about Michigan’s natural resource management. Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township, invites all residents to come ready with questions for some of Michigan’s leading conservation and natural resources experts. Local DNR law enforcement officer, Sergeant Tom Wanless, and DNR wildlife biologists, Tim Payne and Tammy Girioux, will be among the presenters. The event will be held at the Donald E. Dodge Auditorium in the St. Clair County Administration Building on Grand River in Port Huron, tonight, February 27 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. “I’m pleased to have these experts come discuss conservation, because protecting Michigan’s natural resources is a priority,” said Pavlov. “Hunting is an important part of our culture and our economy. It’s who we are, and it creates jobs. Careful management of our natural resources is vital to building a better Michigan.” Sen. Phil Pavlov, is vice chair of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Great Lakes. For those unable to attend, questions and comments may be directed to Senator Pavlov’s office by email at SenPPavlov@senate.michigan.gov, or by Toll Free phone at (866) 305-2125. Future events will be scheduled throughout the district, and will be announced at later dates.