Kent County Parks is currently working on a long-term project to nearly triple the size of Chief Hazy Cloud Park. The expansion, which has been part of the Kent County Parks Master Plan for more than two decades should be completed over the next 18 months. Chief Hazy Cloud Park,
For Ottawa County Parks, the end goal is in sight! The Grand River Greenway is an amazing example of a vision coming to life through extraordinary public/private cooperation.
The Gun Lake Tribe is working with state and federal agencies to help protect and increase the population of Kalamazoo River lake sturgeon.
The Land Conservancy of West Michigan and Blandford Nature Center are partnering to transform the 121-acre former Highlands Golf Club in northwest Grand Rapids into a natural area for community recreation and education.
Protecting the Eastern shores of Lake Michigan is the number one goal of the Michigan Dune Alliance. With an 'Early detection/Rapid Response' approach to invasive species management, the group is doing groundbreaking work on habitat restoration in the 75,000 acres they oversee.
Calvin College faculty, staff and students are leading efforts, along side Grand Rapids groups and individuals, in helping to heal long-neglected Plaster Creek.