James Supina

 Vice Chairman-HeadWaters Land Conservancy

Jim Supina HWLC

“A part of Michigan that is comparably undeveloped is northeast Michigan. It defines its character. Protecting these lands is important to me and for future generations to come.”

Jim Supina is an accomplished engineer and dedicated preservationist. Jim has served with HeadWaters Land Conservancy for many years and has helped to advanced HWLC’s mission throughout the community. Jim and his wife Chris take great pride in preserving significant land in northeast Michigan. Their beloved family property on the Thunder Bay River was voluntarily put into a conservation easement, preserving over 120 acres of crucial wildlife habitat and nearly 6,000 feet of river frontage on both the Thunder Bay River and Hunt Creek a Blue Ribbon trout stream. Jim dedicates his time and resources to many great organizations that help preserve the integrity of northeast Michigan.

Education & Career
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern UniversitySupina CE 077

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Detroit
Chief Engineer- Ford Motor Company
Executive Vice President of Engineering Services- Mascotech, Inc.

Conservation Organizations
Montmorency County Conservation Club – Director
Elk Country Gobblers Chapter, NWTF – Scholarship Chairman
Our Lady of the Woods Shrine – Scholarship Chairman
Pigeon River State Forest Advisory Council – Member

Anglers of the Au Sable – Member
Lewiston Sportsmen’s League – MemberSupina CE 032
Clinton Township Board of Review – Member

Federation of Fly Fishers – Member
Trout Unlimited – Life Member
Ruffed Grouse Society – Member
National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) – Member
Michigan United Conservation Club – Member
Ducks Unlimited (DU) – Member
Delta Waterfowl – Member
NRA – Life Member
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation – Member
Hunter Education Instructor – Member

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