Huron Pines Spring Celebration – May 12, 2017
Sojourn Lakeside Resort
Begins at 4:00 pm
SAVE THE DATE – Huron Pines is hosting its Spring Celebration at the gorgeous Sojourn Lakeside Resort on Friday, May 12, 2017. This year will feature music by The Moxie Strings during our social hour, followed by a short program headlined by our Keynote Speaker Erin McDonough, Chair of the Natural Resources Trust Fund Board.
We hope you can join us and we look forward to celebrating the Great Lakes with you.
For more information about tickets for this event and how to RSVP, call (989) 448-2293 ext.21 or email email@example.com.
To view the flyer and agenda for the event click here.
Huron Pines AmeriCorps Signature Service Project – May 19, 2017
Begins at 9:00 am
SAVE THE DATE – Looking for a great volunteer opportunity? Come out for our AmeriCorps Signature Service Project on May 19, 2017! This year the event will take place in Grayling, MI and will feature tree planting, downtown beautification, sign installation and many other activities.
Registration is required in order to reserve your free lunch and t-shirt. Click here to RSVP to the event.
If you have any questions please call (989) 448-2293 ext. 30 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in sponsoring this event? Click here to learn how your donation can support this project!
Kirtland’s Warbler Weekend – June 2-3,2017
The Kirtland’s Warbler Alliance, Huron Pines and our Roscommon community partners are excited to announce Kirtland’s Warbler Weekend 2017! Mark your calendars and start planning your trip to Northeast Michigan to see a Kirtland’s Warbler and enjoy all of the outdoor experiences the Village of Roscommon and our region have to offer. The weekend kicks off on Friday evening, June 2 as the Kirtland’s Warbler Alliance hosts their 4th Annual Kirtland’s Warbler Home Opener, this year at Forest Dunes Golf Club. This social evening features time to mingle with conservation champions, silent auction, dynamic speaker and Michigan inspired food and beverage. To find out more and RSVP please email email@example.com or call (989) 448-2293 ext. 21.
The fun keeps going on Saturday, June 3 in the heart of the Village of Roscommon. The Kirtland’s Warbler Festival will be in full swing starting at 7:30 am with Kirtland’s Warbler tours and continues throughout the day with exciting kids’ activities, local vendors and interactive workshops. This is a family focused event with something for people of every age to enjoy! Check out the Kirtland’s Warbler Festival’s Facebook page for announcements on the program and details about the day!
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ABOUT OUR WOODLANDS & WATERS PROGRAM
Each year hundreds of people give their time and energy to volunteer with Huron Pines and participate in hands-on, feet-wet conservation projects all over Northeast Michigan. These projects have stabilized eroding streambanks, replanted young jack pine forest, pushed back noxious invasive plants, improved wildlife habitat and expanded access to recreation in many ways and locations across our beautiful state. These efforts have made important impacts directly on the ground for Great Lakes natural resources, and indirectly by encouraging people to care about protecting wild areas. In 2017, our Woodlands & Waters program will offer a series of fun, active, educational outdoor experiences to connect people of all ages to Northeast Michigan’s amazing natural resources and their conservation.
To ensure that event planners can provide adequate supplies for all participants, RSVPs are kindly requested by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (989) 448-2293 ext. 21
Our events are tied to our mission to conserve the forests, lakes and streams of Northeast Michigan.
Our events provide a safe, positive, friendly and helpful learning environment.
Our events engage people with diverse backgrounds and interests, and empower new conservation leaders.
Our events address a real need and have measurable benefits to Michigan’s natural resources.
Our events are inclusive and offer several tasks for participants of different ability levels.
Our events educate community members about ecological issues and methods to solve or prevent.
Our events are connected with efforts of other conservation organizations across the state.