As a conservation organization, Huron Pines recognizes the recreational benefits provided by Cornwall Creek Flooding and also the risks associated with Cornwall Dam. We believe the State of Michigan should allocate funding to rehabilitate the dam and preserve this unique recreational asset. … More A Statement From Huron Pines on Cornwall Dam
The reasons we each enjoy Northern Michigan are as varied as the landscape of our region but what connects conservationists, recreationists, tourists and wildlife enthusiasts is our love for this special place. There’s a lot to love. With access to thousands of acres of public land, there’s plenty of room to connect — with space for everyone. … More Good Stewards Make Great Neighbors in Conservation
Huron Pines takes an ecosystem approach to protecting and restoring wildlife habitat. Through activities like treating invasive species, restoring native plant communities and connecting wildlife corridors, we are sustaining diverse Michigan landscapes that support rare and threatened species along with our state’s prized game and nongame animals. Our organization has a unique ability to work … More PIGEON RIVER COUNTRY WILDLIFE HABITAT
This time of year, when trekking through the Pigeon River Country State Forest (PRC), you might be lucky enough to spot some bull elk as they spar and vie for mating rights. Reintroduced to Michigan in the early 1900’s, elk are highly adaptable animals that can thrive in a variety of habitats. Northern Michigan’s elk … More ELK VIEWING & IMPROVING HABITAT IN THE “BIG WILD”
We are thrilled to report that because of recent generous support from partners and citizens like you, we’ve met our fundraising goal to move forward with the Song of the Morning Dam Removal this fall! We are thankful for each dollar contributed by individual donors and from dynamic groups like the Pigeon River Country Association, … More RECONNECTING THE PIGEON RIVER, TOGETHER!