Gallery: Scenes From One Water Gathering June 17 & 18, 2022

Huron Pines hosted One Water Gathering June 17-18 in Alpena, bringing together folks from Michigan and Ontario for creative, productive conversations around the protection of Lake Huron. Here are some scenes from the conference, reception, and a field trip to North Point the next day. … More Gallery: Scenes From One Water Gathering June 17 & 18, 2022

$2.5M Project Underway to Protect Nearly a Mile of Lake Huron Coast

Northern Michigan conservation nonprofit, Huron Pines, became the new owners of a 145-acre parcel of Lake Huron property that is slated to become an Alabaster Township park in the coming years. The property, just south of Tawas City, includes nearly a mile of Lake Huron frontage. The natural shoreline, mature hardwood forest and wetland ecosystem work together as a filter to help protect the water quality of Lake Huron and support diverse plant and wildlife species. The property also promotes economic and recreational interests. … More $2.5M Project Underway to Protect Nearly a Mile of Lake Huron Coast