Thanks to Mike LeValley, Education Coordinator for Isabella Conservation District and CWC Board Member, for leading a wildflower identification hike at CWC’s Williams-Blackburn Preserve in Chippewa Township, Isabella County on Sunday, May 6th. Over fifteen species of wildflowers were identified. Take a look at some of the species identified. All photos by Karen Green.
Several strategic community partnerships are the driving force behind important recreational improvements at Chippewa Watershed Conservancy’s (CWC) Bundy Hill Preserve. The 100-acre natural area, located in Broomfield Township in Isabella County, protects mature forest, rolling hills and the tallest point in Isabella County. A grant from Apex Clean Energy will provide funding for various hand […]
For the first time since founding the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy in 1985, John Mitchell will not be at the helm of the organization. First publicly announced at CWC’s Annual Spring Banquet on April 19th, 2018, Steve Pung, former President of Isabella Bank, has assumed the role of President of the Board of Directors, effective January […]