OUR MISSION is to protect the Great Lakes by conserving the forests, lakes and streams of Northeast Michigan.
Improving Water, Wildlife and Community in Northeast Michigan
Looking at this part of the globe from space, you’ll see a striking feature—the Great Lakes system, that iconic freshwater chain containing 21% of the planet’s surface fresh water. Huron Pines is uniquely positioned in the center of this vital system and our service area boasts many of the Great Lakes Basin’s highest-quality streams. These represent the top tier of global freshwater resources, and they are surrounded by thousands of acres of equally amazing forestlands and bordered by serene Lake Huron beaches. At Huron Pines, it’s our passion to protect these astounding natural areas and the wildlife that call this rare place home. Unspoiled, untrammeled and uncrowded, Northeast Michigan is an outdoor lover’s paradise, and we work hard to preserve the experience that calls visitors from far and wide into our quieter, natural world.
Northeast Michigan’s Top Ten Assets
- Abundant public lands available for everyone’s enjoyment
- Large, intact privately-owned forests
- Dark skies (here, you can get away from it all and enjoy quiet recreation and bright stars)
- Great Lakes coastline that goes on, and on, and on
- Blue Ribbon trout streams (our region has deservedly become a flyfishing mecca)
- Sparkling inland lakes of all shapes and sizes
- Huge network of trails and “blueways” (water trails)
- Unique geology (check out the Sinkholes Pathway in Presque Isle County)
- The Kirtland’s Warbler… North America’s rarest songbird and a true Northeast Michigan native
- Incredible wildlife habitat (we’ve got elk, lake sturgeon, intact wildlife corridors and migration routes)