October 4, 2023

L. John & Helen Bishop & the Little Pigeon River

L. John & Helen Bishop & the Little Pigeon River

Little Traverse Conservancy
Active since 2023
Michigan, US

About this site

The Little Pigeon River cooridor within the L. John & Helen Bishop Forest Reserve has been infested with reed canarygrass, a grass that outcomptes other native species and decreases habitat quality. It is notoriously difficult to control. We are following suggested best practices and tips to experiment with restoration.  At the end of the day, the beavers may have the most say!

About Little Traverse Conservancy

Our mission is to protect the natural diversity and beauty of northern Michigan by preserving significant land and scenic areas, and fostering appreciation and understanding of the environment.


Coordinates: 45.392, -84.5

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