Honigman’s Chris Tracy Appointed to Michigan DNR’s Natural Resources Commission
Gov. Rick Snyder recently appointed Chris Tracy of Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP to the Natural Resources Commission of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Tracy is a partner in Honigman’s Litigation department in the Kalamazoo office. He focuses his practice on business litigation, including land use and environmental matters.
Tracy serves on the Advisory Board of the Kellogg Biological Station for Michigan State University and is chair of the Kalamazoo River Valley Trail campaign. He previously held leadership positions with Ducks Unlimited, the Kalamazoo Nature Center, the Alliance for the Great Lakes and the Gull Lake Quality Organization.
Tracy is also active in numerous community organizations in the Kalamazoo area and holds leadership positions in Southwest Michigan First, Big Brothers Big Sisters and the United Way.
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