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Monthly Archives: May 2011

New program for landowners

A new program seeks to recognize landowners who manage natural lands. A project of The Little Forks Conservancy, the Sustainable Lands Partner program honors landowners who take steps to conserve the natural resources on their property. The program was created for … Continue reading

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Little Forks completes land acquisition

Nestled along nearly two miles of the Tittabawassee River in Midland County, there are 419 acres of beautiful, undeveloped natural land now protected forever. In the spring, the sounds of spring peepers, tree frogs and chorus frogs fill the forest. … Continue reading

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Family protects 4,400 feet of Pine River

Over six decades ago Fred Hubert and Rosalie Miller’s parents settled their family along the banks of the Pine River in Midland County. Today, they have donated a conservation easement to The Little Forks Conservancy to protect 40 acres along … Continue reading

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Couple conserves 30 acres

When Michael and Kathy Helmick were looking for a northern retreat, it didn’t take them long to decide on 30 acres of forest located in Clare County. Now, Mr. and Mrs. Helmick have donated a conservation easement to The Little … Continue reading

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