Conserving mid-Michigan's natural, scenic, recreational and agricultural lands

 
  • Property #1

    This property consists of 423 acres along the Looking Glass River in Clinton County; 150 acres are farmland, 73 acres are open grassland, 125 acres are wetlands and 75 acres are forested.

  • Property #2

    This property consists of 81 acres in Clinton County. Forty acres are farmland, 19 acres are open grassland, 20 acres are forested and two acres are wetlands.

  • Property #3

    This property consists of 140 acres in Eaton County, of which 80 acres are open grassland, 50 acres are forested and 10 acres are wetlands.

  • Property #4

    This property consists of 63 acres in Clinton County. Six acres are forested, while the remaining is farmland.

  • Property #5

    This property consists of 171 acres in Hillsdale County. One hundred and forty acres are farm land and the remainder is forested wetland.

  • Property #6

    This property consists of 51 acres of a forested valley in Hillsdale County through which a branch of the St. Joesph River flows.

  • Property #7

    This property consists of 114 acres of farmland and grassland in Hillsdale County.

  • Property #8

    This property consists of 118 acres of farmland in Hillsdale County.

  • Property #9

    This property consists of 72 acres in Clinton County; 40 acres are forested, seven acres  are wetlands and 25 acres are open grassland.

  • Property #10

    This property consists of 153 acres in Ingham County. Ninety five acres are farmland, and 58 acres are forested, with approximately half forested wetland.

  • Property #11

    This property consists of 26 acres of farmland in Jackson County and adjoins property #10 in Ingham County.

  • Property #12

    This 81 acre parcel is a natural area that contains 20 acres of wetland, 35 acres of grass and shrub land, and 25 acres of woods. Atherton Creek and the Looking Glass River flow through the property. Flood plains for the two waterways are present on the parcel.

  • Property #13

    This property consists of 40 acres in Shiawassee County. Ten acres are forest and 30 acres are wetlands.

  • Property #14

    This property consists of 57 acres in Montcalm County. Forty acres are forest and 17 acres are wetlands.

  • Property #15

    This property consists of 30 acres in Clinton County. Seven acres are forest, seven acres are wetlands and 16 acres are grassland.

  • Property #16

    This 57.1 acre parcel has an extensive wetland of approximately 25 acres that is part of a much larger wetland through which Vermillion Creek passes as it flows to the Looking Glass River. Also on the property is an upland forest of about 14 acres and a grassland of 17 acres. The public roads that run along one side of the property provided attractive views of this scenic rural landscape.

  • Property #17

    This property consists of 27.5 acres in Clinton County. There is a nice 8.5-acre lake with approximately 2,300 feet of shoreline on the protected property. The rest of the land is a mixture of grassland, shrub land, and early successional woodland. Many native trees have been planted on the property and more plantings are planned.