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Save Michigan Hemlocks

The Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) is an invasive species that has devastated the hemlock forests in the southeast United States. It was first detected in West Michigan in 2016 and now threatens the hemlocks of our own lakeshore and northern forests. The known extent of HWA...

Black Friday Prairie Planting

Another day of collecting seeds of native prairie plants to use in restoration projects at Saul Lake Bog and other nature preserves....

White Lake Guided Nature Walks – October

Explore and enjoy the pristine natural areas of White Lake as you are lead by an expert area naturalist. Each walk will feature a specific topic, such as coastal dune conservation, local ecology, or the importance and challenge of maintaining natural areas in the city....

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