Grand Traverse Conservation District

Michigan

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About Grand Traverse Conservation District

The Grand Traverse Conservation District  manages and protects over 2,500 acres of public parklands in Grand Traverse County, Michigan, including the stewardship & protection of the Boardman-Ottaway River.  Management activities include the coordination and implementation of large-scale restoration projects associated with the removal of Brown Bridge, Boardman, and Sabin Dams. To date, we've coordinated the installation of over 60,000 native seedlings, plants, and trees within the three former impoundments. We’re asking you to help us document changes to the ‘bottomlands’ of the former ponds by uploading to Chronolog, a photo monitoring tool powered by people like you.  For more information on GTCD, please visit www.natureiscalling.org.

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