Little Forks’ Stewardship Coordinator, Sara, is excited to expand the workshop series she started last year as an AmeriCorps member.
“We had three workshops surrounding stewardship last summer and it was a success!” said Sara “I look forward to developing this program further in the future.”
This summer we will provide four workshops covering a variety of topics that were chosen based on a survey sent around to volunteers.
|June 7th 6-7:30 PM at Riverview|
Leave No Trace/Backpacking-AmeriCorps member Ted will go over the 7 concepts of Leave No Trace and discuss backpacking tips and tricks he has learned from his personal experience while hiking the Appalachian Trail.
|July 12th 6-7:30 pm at Office|
Michigan Bats and Diseases—Sara will go through nine species of bats in Michigan, problems they face such as habitat loss and disease followed by some things you can do to help.
|August 14th 6-7:30 pm at Office|
Stream Sampling 101-Learn how to monitor a stream and determine stream health. We will go over protocol at the office and take a field trip to practice sampling – By participating, you can be a Stream Leader or Collector in our biannual stream sampling of the Cedar River.
|September 7th 2-4pm at Gladwin Preserve|
Forest Management —Join Forester Nia at our new Gladwin Preserve to talk about managing a property for specific habitat.—more details soon!
These workshops are free but space is limited; only 20 spots available at Office workshops. Sign Up by contacting Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org or (989)835-4886.