Project aims to restore land to its natural state

The Highlands Project in Grand Rapids

Morning Mix - FOX17
Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Grand Rapids' Blandford Nature Center and the Land Conservancy of West Michigan have teamed up to restore a local golf course back into its natural state. For over a century, the 128-acre property has been extensively watered and fertilized to maintain the golf course. The restoration of this landscape improve air and water quality, and support the city’s goal to increase forest canopy. This restoration project also offers educational opportunities and will be a model for large-scale urban restoration in the region.

To learn more about this project and other Land Conservancy of West Michigan projects, visit naturenearby.org.

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