Donate Ottawa Sands

Along the banks of the Grand River, just upstream from Grand Haven’s famous musical fountain, along a cut-out in the river known as “the sag,” is a mysterious mile of shoreline that has been off-limits to the public for many decades.

The mysterious property above is 345 acres and sits in between the Kitchel Lindquist Hartger Dune Preserve and Ottawa County’s 513 acre North Ottawa Dunes natural area. The site has long been used for sand mining and has been off-limits to the public, but now, for the first time, and with your help, the public could finally have the opportunity to see the natural beauty this property holds.

Donate By Check

Checks can be made out to the Land Conservancy of West Michigan with “Ottawa Sands” on the memo line and can be mailed to:

Land Conservancy of West Michigan
400 Ann St NW, Ste 102,
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

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