Enjoy learning about the effects of geology, climate and human influence on Michigan landscapes from the safety and coziness of your own home!
It's a free series; here's the link to register for the zoom links:
SEPTEMBER 30, 2020: 3:15 PM - 7:30 PM
LOCATION: TRAVERSE BAY AREA CAREER TECH CENTER
880 PARSONS RD TRAVERSE CITY, MI 49686
Agricultural producers in northwest Michigan can recycle their unwanted, old tractor/large equipment tires
at this collection event free of charge.
● Pre-registration is required. Register at button above
● Remove rims prior to dropping off at collection event.
● Not accepting regular passenger vehicle tires.
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Please contact Lauren Silver ( email@example.com 231-941-0960 ext. 22) or
Parker Ameel ( firstname.lastname@example.org 231-941-0960 ext. 23)
Kama Ross Wants You To Be A Forester In Your Own Backyard
By Emily Tyra
Forty-three percent of Leelanau's land is forest, and one of its primary protectors says that despite the current demand to clear land for residential development, the trees are still winning.
Kama Ross, district forester for the Leelanau, Grand Traverse, and Benzie Conservation Districts, explains that the greatest tree loss in the region is due to “what we call land conversion — turning beautiful woods into developments. And I get it that it sells, and it’s a commodity.”
But the good news for Leelanau: The volume of tree growth is still greater than volume harvested. “We are not running out of trees,” she says, “but the sad fact is that we lose more to insects and disease than we harvest.”