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June 2022

One Water Gathering

June 17 - June 18

Join us for the One Water Gathering June 17 and 18, 2022 in Alpena, Michigan. The conference includes presentations, panel discussions, keynote addresses and area field trips.

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Level 1 Invasive Species Training

June 21: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Join Huron Pines for an in-depth training on invasive species management to improve the water and wildlife habitat in your area. Click the "Find out more" link for directions, details and to RSVP.

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Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary Frog-bit Removal Workday

June 24: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary

Join Huron Pines and the Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary in removing invasive European frog-bit from the waters around Island Park in Alpena.   European frog-bit is a free-floating invasive aquatic plant that grows in colonies and forms dense mats on the water's surface. This event is part of an ongoing effort to manage the invasive species and control its spread within the Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary and Duck Park to preserve recreation access and wildlife habitat. Learn more about invasive European frog-bit. The…

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July 2022

Breathwork and Stretching at Hubbard Lake Nature Preserve

July 9: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Hubbard Lake Nature Preserve, 720 Holiday Inn Road
Hubbard Lake, MI 49747
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Experience nature with a keen eye toward the healing properties the natural world can provide us.

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Invasive Plant Workshop

July 13: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Gahagan Nature Preserve, 209 W Maplehurst Dr
Roscommon, MI 48653
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Participants will learn how to identify invasive species and remove them from their properties.

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Coast Watchers Pilot Program

July 13: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Virtual Workshop

Join Huron Pines in our pilot year for a new community science shoreline monitoring program. We are partnering with our friends at the Lake Huron Coastal Centre in Goderich, Ontario to bring Coast Watchers to Northeast Michigan. As a part of the Lake Huron Forever initiative, this program will support a lake-wide partnership.   We are looking for 10-20 people to join a dedicated group that will monitor sections of the Lake Huron shoreline on a weekly basis to gather…

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Herman Volger Honeysuckle Removal Workday

July 16: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Herman Volger Conservation Area Rogers City, Michigan 49779 + Google Map

Join Huron Pines at Herman Vogler Conservation Area to remove invasive honeysuckle.  Please RSVP as soon as possible to guarantee your spot. (RSVP deadline is Thursday, July 14) Herman Vogler Conservation Area Saturday, July 16, 2022 8am - 12pm Meet at the Herman Vogler Parking Area.  We’ll be cutting down invasive honeysuckle and applying herbicide to the stumps. We need volunteers to help transport brush to remove it from the area. Invasive honeysuckle is a problem in many of our…

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September 2022

Migratory Birds and Forest Health at Lake Huron Coastal Preserve

September 7: 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Lake Huron Coastal Preserve, 868 Alabaster Rd
Tawas City, MI 48763 United States
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Walk the rustic trails at the Lake Huron Coastal Preserve with ecologists and foresters to learn more about the connection between forest health and bird habitat. Joyanne Mittig from American Bird Conservancy and Huron Pines’ Conservation Stewardship Director, Steve Woods, will guide visitors through the woodland discussing threats to forest health and managing a forest for bird habitat. We’ll also hopefully see and hear migrating birds along this shoreline preserve. Visitors are encouraged to wear comfortable walking shoes and appropriate…

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East Tawas Pier Planting

September 17: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
East Tawas Dock, 113 Newman St
East Tawas, Michigan 48730
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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 State Dock. Volunteers will help install nearly 1,000 native plant species to help filter stormwater runoff and protect the health of Lake Huron. Volunteers will meet at the East Tawas State Dock (113 Newman St, East Tawas, MI 48730). Parking is available near the dock and there are restrooms on site. For questions or more…

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October 2022

Alpena Green Infrastructure Visioning Program

October 13: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Alpena Public Library, 211 N 1st Ave
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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Huron Pines and the City of Alpena are seeking public input on potential designs for capturing and filtering stormwater runoff to protect the water quality of Lake Huron. Alpena area residents are invited to participate in a public vote for new green stormwater infrastructure, which will help to preserve and protect the Thunder Bay River and Lake Huron watersheds. Click here to learn more about green stormwater infrastructure. This is the culmination of a partnership between Huron Pines, the City…

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