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September 2022

Bird Migration Tour

September 7
Lake Huron Coastal Preserve, 868 Alabaster Rd
Tawas City, MI 48763 United States
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Leading the tour will be Joyanne Mittig, Michigan Private Lands Forester for the American Bird Conservancy. More details and a link to RSVP will be shared soon. This event is supported in part by the Michigan Invasive Species Grant program and Consumers Energy Foundation. This is part of the Protect Wild Places event series established to empower Michigan communities to support the land and water to restore 5,000 acres of wildlife habitat and recreational land, and 150 miles of waterways…

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East Tawas Pier Planting

September 17: 9:00 am - 11:00 am

East Tawas Pier Planting Saturday, September 17, 2022 9:00am-11:00am Huron Pines is partnering with the city of East Tawas and the Department of Natural Resources for a day of planting near the East Tawas pier. Volunteers will help install nearly 1,000 native plant species to help filter stormwater runoff and protect the health of Lake Huron. REGISTER HERE Support for this event is provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Sustain Our Great Lakes Program and the Consumers Energy…

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Native Seed Collection Workday

September 30 - October 1
Camp Grayling, N 4th Street
Grayling, Michigan 49738
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More details coming soon. This event is supported in part by the Michigan Invasive Species Grant program and Consumers Energy Foundation. This is part of the Protect Wild Places event series established to empower Michigan communities to support the land and water to restore 5,000 acres of wildlife habitat and recreational land, and 150 miles of waterways and Great Lakes shoreline.

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October 2022

Mushroom Identification Hike

October 13
Emily Min Hunt Preserve, Shubert Hwy
Alpena, MI 49707 United States
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More details coming soon.   This event is part of the Protect Wild Places program, supported by the Consumers Energy Foundation, which is working to empower Michigan communities to support the land and water to restore 5,000 acres of wildlife habitat and recreational land, and 150 miles of waterways and Great Lakes shoreline.

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