The Conservancy has decided to place approximately 100 acres of the farmland at Riverview Natural Area for sale under a conservation easement. This farmland has been leased to local farmers in previous years, by selling this land with a conservation … Continue reading
Robyn Sczepanski joined Little Forks Conservancy’s board of directors in 2014. In addition to serving on our board, Robyn is a young professional who is seriously involved in our community. She serves on the Young Leaders United Executive Council with … Continue reading
A retired administrator with Midland Public Schools, Carol Feider served on Little Forks Conservancy’s board of directors from 2003 to 2012. We caught up with Carol to chat about her experience on our board and how she continues to remain … Continue reading
Katie Young has been volunteering with Little Forks Conservancy for a year. She recently left her position as receptionist at Tri-Star Trust Bank in Midland to become a behavior technician with Centria in Novi. A behavior technician works with kids … Continue reading
This busy season has brought many wonderful visits to outstanding properties. Below are some highlights from one of our newly certified Conservation@Home sites. Joy Simmer is the owner of our first Conservation@Home property in Clare County, and Little Forks Conservancy … Continue reading
The Little Forks Conservancy’s office will be closed December 24, 25 and January 1.
The Little Forks Conservancy has a lot to celebrate this year and we hope you will join us! You are invited to our office Thursday, December 13, for our Holiday Open House. Stop in between 4 and 7 p.m. for … Continue reading
The Little Forks Conservancy and the Leon P. Martuch Chapter of Trout Unlimited (LPMTU) have been selected as a host site for a Huron Pines AmeriCorps Volunteer. Huron Pines is now accepting applications for the position of Watershed Stewardship Coordinator. … Continue reading