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- Jan 08, 2017
Snowshoe Making Classes! Participants will learn to weave a pair of snowshoes.
- Oct 15, 2017
A special exhibit about inventor, businessman and Gladstone native Webster Marble. Negaunee.
- Dec 10, 2016
Participants will learn to weave a pair of traditional wooden snowshoes similar to the ones Native Americans made for generations. This is a two-day snowshoe building class.
Join ongoing volunteer efforts to keep glossy buckthorn and other invasive shrubs in check in the Graham Lake Fen Complex.
Enjoy a nice day in the woods and help us search the dunes for unwanted rogue shrubs! We’ll be going off trail to find small invasive plant populations before they turn into a big problem!
Members of the Michigan Husky Club are providing an introductory class that will go over several different outdoor activities owners can enjoy with their dogs including: Mushing, Skijoring, Bikejoring, and tandem snowshoeing with dogs.
Learn about Michigan's owls and take a walk to have a chance to hear an owl. Enjoy complimenatry s'mores following the short walk.
Get outdoors and help remove shrubs that are too abundant in this wet prairie.
Part III of our Rock Your Mocs series examining 21st-century Native American perspectives in Michigan. Lansing.
This eight-hour workshop that will take you step-by-step through the process of weaving your own traditional wood framed snowshoes. Each kit includes one pair of wood frames, tubular nylon lacing, boot bindings and personalized instruction.The cost is $180.
Join the DNR as we remove invasive shrubs, such as Glossy Buckthorn, to restore a special wet mesic flatwoods
Run, walk, hike, snowshoe or cross country ski the beautiful trails at Maybury State Park.