Letter of Appreciation – A Kirtland’s Warbler Conservation Success Story

Huron Pines sincerely thanks the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the U.S. Forest Service and the Michigan DNR for their commitment to and success in bringing the Kirtland’s Warbler back from the brink of extinction, and now to the point that it can be removed from the Endangered Species list. … More Letter of Appreciation – A Kirtland’s Warbler Conservation Success Story

Huron Pines Hosts First Artist-in-Residence at Hubbard Lake

Northern Michigan visual artist Sarah Tule has been selected as the first artist to participate in the Huron Pines Artist-in-Residence Program at the Hubbard Lake Nature Preserve. As part of her two-week stay at the preserve this fall, Tule will be hosting a plein air watercolor class on Saturday, October 5, 10:00am-12:00pm. … More Huron Pines Hosts First Artist-in-Residence at Hubbard Lake

Vibrant Communities 2019

Huron Pines is going back to school in a big way. Environmental Education Coordinator Emily Vogelgesang spent her summer synthesizing student data, coordinating with teachers and planning the next steps for our growing education program. With projects in full swing across five school districts, we have our pencils sharpened and our clipboards ready for the fall. … More Vibrant Communities 2019

Community Events Connect Health, Wellness and Conservation

Huron Pines is working together with healthcare professionals from Munson Healthcare Grayling Hospital and Munson Healthcare Otsego Memorial Hospital to launch an event series taking place in Grayling and Gaylord this summer.In an effort to support personal and environmental health, the organizations came together to develop events that would get people active, outside and exploring nature. … More Community Events Connect Health, Wellness and Conservation

Huron Pines Receives $20k Grant from Consumers Energy Foundation to Support Student Stewardship

Place-based stewardship education involves learning through hands-on experiences that support the environment and community where a student lives. These efforts provide students with the knowledge and skills to become active stewards who can engage in natural resource protection and restoration. … More Huron Pines Receives $20k Grant from Consumers Energy Foundation to Support Student Stewardship

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

In 2018 alone, Huron Pines AmeriCorps members restored or improved 1,315 public river miles, 376 public trail miles and 30,909 public acres of land, and engaged 3,140 volunteers in almost 25,000 hours of service. Over more than a decade, the Huron Pines AmeriCorps program has helped cultivate the next generation of leaders in conservation. There’s nothing we enjoy more than hearing about where our alums have landed, so we thought we’d share a few stories with you. … More Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

Michigan Artist Shares a Portion of February Sales to Support Huron Pines

In 2019, Sarah Tule found a new way for her art to support the natural resources that inspire her. Tule came to this decision, which she calls Art for Conservation, because she wanted a new way to use her art to give back. Each month 25% of the proceeds from the purchase of her artwork … More Michigan Artist Shares a Portion of February Sales to Support Huron Pines