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Forestview Natural Area Opening Celebration

A 70-acre nature preserve in Midland County will be opened to the public for the first time Sunday, October 12 at 1 p.m. The Little Forks Conservancy invites the community to discover Forestview Natural Area during its opening celebration. Following … Continue reading

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Top 5 Hoot-n-Howl Questions Answered

Hoot-n-Howl is back! To help you plan, we’re tackling the top 5 questions we’ve frequently been asked. What is Hoot-n-Howl anyway? Hoot-n-Howl is a fun night of beer, blues and BBQ at Dave and Patti Kepler’s Lazy Turtle Ranch. This … Continue reading

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Hoot-n-Howl Tickets Available July 22!

Tickets for The Little Forks Conservancy’s Hoot-n-Howl are on sale Tuesday, July 22. The popular event returns for a second night of beer, blues and barbeque. Hoot-n-Howl will be held Saturday, September 6 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Dave … Continue reading

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Grant Moves Stairway One Step Closer

The Little Forks Conservancy has received a $10,000 grant from the Consumers Energy Foundation to establish a pedestrian crossing of a large ravine at Riverview Natural Area. The funds will be used to purchase material for the construction of a stairway … Continue reading

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Dedication for New Nature Preserve

The Little Forks Conservancy is excited to announce the dedication of a new nature preserve in Midland County. The Conservancy will officially open the Albert and Virginia Szok Preserve to the public at a ceremony Saturday, July 12 at 11 … Continue reading

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Workshop to Help Write Your Forest’s Future

The Little Forks Conservancy and the Conservation Districts of Clare and Gladwin will present a workshop on “Your Forest’s Future.” The workshop will explore forest management plans and landowner’s conservation options. Participants will discover tax incentives and cost-share programs to … Continue reading

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Managing Invasive Species Workshop

Do you have invasive species on your property? Join us at our office (105 Post St. in Midland) Wednesday, May 21 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.to learn how to identify and control invasive plants. We will show you how to … Continue reading

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April/May Volunteer Opportunities

Missed our Volunteer Open House? Fear not! You can still be in the loop to get outside and help care for our nature preserves! In April, mark your calendars to join us for: Wednesday Warriors – April 23 – 9:30 a.m. … Continue reading

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Workshop to Help Landowners Manage Forest Land

The Michigan Forest Association, Saginaw Conservation District and The Little Forks Conservancy will host a day-long workshop Friday, April 25 to assist landowners who manage forest land. The workshop, “What to Do with Your Woods,” will examine forest management plans … Continue reading

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Volunteer Open House

Always wanted to lend a hand but not sure what you can do? Stop by our office at 105 Post Street in Midland Wednesday, April 16, from 4 to 7 p.m. and learn how you can help! During our Volunteer … Continue reading

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