Month: July 2018

Alexis Wixson Joins CWC as Development and Outreach Coordinator

Please help us welcome Alexis Wixson to the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy team as Development and Outreach Coordinator! Alexis grew up in Isabella County and has a great love for this area. She graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services Administration with a concentration in outdoor and environmental […]

Bundy Hills History Trail Dedicated

An official dedication of The Bundy Hills History Trail occurred on Saturday, July 14th at 10 am at CWC’s 100-acre Bundy Hill Preserve. Over 40 people came out to celebrate the new self-guided interpretive hiking trail which includes a series of 12 interpretive signs that disseminate the fascinating cultural and ecological history of the Bundy […]

Chippewa River Water Festival Celebrates Conservation

The second annual Chippewa River Water Festival was held on Sunday, July 15th at Chipp-A-Waters Park in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Over 500 people attended the Water Fest and learned about local environmental conservation efforts while enjoying local musicians, food trucks and art vendors. Groups such as Mt. Pleasant Parks and Recreation, Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe […]