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August 7, 2011 | mlive.com | Gull Lake, MI
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August 4, 2011 | Midland Daily News | MI
Located in Events & News / Midwest News
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Success Story Keeping a Forest Good: One Family's Commitment to Trees & Tradition
MI - Bourke Lodewyk admits that he thoroughly enjoys caring for the forest of his family’s large Maple River Township property. “I’m a firm believer that a forest should be properly managed...and should be used,” Bourke said.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story An Attitude of Respect
MI - Lois Ann and Larry Reed honor a lifetime of love of the land by donating a conservation easement that will ensure 110 acres along Pigeon River remains undivided and natural.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story Shepherding the Land to the Next Generation
MI - Bruce Janssen has been a familiar face to the Little Traverse Conservancy in Michigan for many years. As owner of The Wood Shop in Boyne City, Bruce has been the artistic force and creator of Little Traverse Conservancy’s beautiful nature preserve signs that are dotting the landscape around northern Michigan.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
January 31, 2014 | Interlochen Public Radio | MI
Located in Events & News / Policy News
Conservancy Celebrates 20 Years and 10,000 Acres
February 29, 2012 | Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy | Portage, MI
Located in Events & News / Midwest News
Ecological Corridors Protect Wildlife Movement and Water Quality in Michigan
Located in Climate Change Toolkit / Adapt / Habitats
Mobilize Your Board to Raise More Money
Ann Arbor, MI
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