Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

From the Legacy Land Conservancy family to yours – Happy Thanksgiving! As an organization we are most thankful for you, our wonderful supporters. We would like to observe the Thanksgiving holiday by sharing with you what each of us are thankful for in our personal lives.  Wishing you all the best for the holiday. Erika […]

Love Water. Protect Land. Double Your Impact!

Love Water. Protect Land. Double Your Impact!

Dear Friends, You’ve read the headlines. You’ve heard the news stories. Flooding in the Huron area after torrential rain slams region. Ann Arbor shuts down Huron River trips due to sewage overflow. Dangerous blue-green algae found in 2 metro Detroit lakes. Bacteria and viruses from human waste getting into Michigan water. Great Lakes set record […]

Collaborative, Inter-Agency Effort Making Headway Against Stiltgrass

Collaborative, Inter-Agency Effort Making Headway Against Stiltgrass

By Alice Elliott, Stiltgrass Coordinator Readers are likely familiar with some well-known invasive species in Michigan, like garlic mustard, buckthorn, honeysuckle, and phragmites. But a new invader is in town, and it’s a nasty one. Stiltgrass is an annual grass that quickly out-competes native species. It grows in both disturbed and undisturbed sites, in sun […]

Spooky Stories at the Reichert Preserve

Spooky Stories at the Reichert Preserve

On an excellently spooky evening at the Reichert Preserve guests were guided to the fireside by a trail of luminaries at sun set. Stories shared by Laura Hayes, Leif Larson, and Steve Daut of Ann Arbor Storytellers Guild were accompanied by a half moon, Kingfishers dancing over the lake, and coyotes calling.  A big thank […]