Wetlands, or areas that are regularly or periodically saturated with water, are essential parts of the Grand Traverse Bay Watershed.
Wetland management at Historic Barns Park
Traverse City, Michigan; Historic Barns Park; 2022
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Growing Better Tomorrows for Michiganders Posted by SEEDS on Dec 23 , 2022 - 07:06 am During 2022, we worked in 15 Michigan counties and hosted SEEDS Centers in Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Manistee, Osceola, and Wexford. Your donations help us continue to spread and deepen our impact across Michigan! Donate Today! Preparing young leaders [...]
Restoring Forest Habitat with EcoCorps Posted by SEEDS on Oct 28 , 2022 - 06:37 am Above: EcoCorps members admire a habitat restoration project in its second year of growth. We're continuing our decade-long collaboration with the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service to improve National Forests. SEEDS EcoCorps program restores critical habitat and [...]
Since 2011, SEEDS has been contracted by the Traverse City DDA to serve as the market's manager.
20 Highlights of the 2020 EcoCorps Season Posted by SEEDS on Dec 16 , 2020 - 08:16 am SEEDS EcoCorps made a big difference across the state this season. Take a look at some of our favorite projects helping communities and habitats this year! No project is possible without partners! Big Thank You's to 2020 [...]
Baldwin, Michigan; Huron-Manistee National Forests
The Corps Contribution Posted by SEEDS on Jan 31 , 2020 - 09:37 am 1,288 acres in Kalkaska will open to the public this year, and the SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps helped make it happen! On the Upper Manistee Headwaters, The Milock Family Preserve was previously a Boy Scout camp, and is now the second [...]