Japanese stiltgrass update: “degree of alarm”

“I want to share with you the degree of alarm I feel on the issue of Japanese stiltgrass,” asserts Dana Wright, Land Stewardship Director. “Stiltgrass is not like other invasives we have seen in Michigan, which spread relatively slowly and can be contained. Stiltgrass travels via water and deer, as easily as water itself. “The […]

Summer interns enrich Legacy’s mission

Summer interns enrich Legacy’s mission

Legacy is excited to welcome our new 2018 summer interns. We’re really looking forward to working with them. Ami Fofana, Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program Intern   Ami, our intern from the University of Michigan’s Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program, is spending the summer updating management plans for each of our nature preserves. Born and raised […]

Be Aware: Turtles Crossing!

Be Aware: Turtles Crossing!

Turtles are looking for good sandy sites to bury their eggs and are crossing roads more than usual. Keep a shovel in your car to carefully scoop up snappers and help them to the other side of the road. Usually putting them on the side where they were headed keeps them from crossing back over […]

We Love Our Volunteers!

We Love Our Volunteers!

Everyone had a great time at the Volunteer Appreciation Picnic at Tantré Farm in May! The threat of rain didn’t stop our steadfast supporters from coming out to enjoy a potluck lunch and beautiful tour of the farm. We also celebrated some very special volunteers at the picnic’s Volunteer Awards Presentation. Awards Recipients Eco Steward […]