yellow dog river

Earth Day 2022: Honoring Those Who Inspired Us to Care for the Earth

Joseph Epes Brown By Jan Zender I grew up on a river that flooded every year. Most years, the river spent time in our house-one time over the keyboard of a grand piano. My mother made me feel like it was a fun adventure. Nature exists. We live with her. This was the foundation I …

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October 16, 2021 Planting Trees for Restoration and YDWP’s 26th Annual Meeting

The Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve will again be hosting two back to back events this fall. On Saturday, October 16th in conjunction with the Fred Waara chapter of Trout Unlimited, Partners for Watershed Restoration, and the Brook Trout Subcommittee, we will head back to Lost Creek, a major feeder stream of the Yellow Dog River, …

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Regeneration by Maggie Scannell

A Day in the Yellow Dog Watershed: 25th Annual Meeting and Lost Creek Tree Planting, October 17, 2020

The Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve will be hosting two events on Saturday October 17th.   First, in conjunction with the Brook Trout Subcommittee (A subcommittee of Partners for Watershed Restoration) YDWP and BTS  members will spearhead the planting of 500 seedlings along the shores of Lost Creek, a major feeder stream to the Yellow Dog River.  …

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The First Traditional Arts Gathering on the Yellow Dog River

Through a grant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve’s Nature School hosted its first Traditional Arts Gathering on May 23-25 at the Yellow Dog’s Wilderness camp along Deer Creek and the Yellow Dog River. Eight Upper Peninsula artists demonstrated and explained the process of their art to …

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