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“Rain garden on Prairie Street in Ann Arbor” by Eric R. Bassey

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Service Area

Greater Washtenaw County (Michigan)

About Us

Since January 2005, The Huron Arbor Cluster has helped connect people who are interested in learning more about and becoming proficient in natural area stewardship. We offer a tool sharing program; an email update list of local stewardship-related events; and a variety of educational workshops. We also hold monthly informal conversations with volunteer and professional stewards, called Steward’s Circles. These chats cover topics such as winter restoration, using herbicides as a restoration tool, recruiting, training, and retaining volunteers, wetland invaders, and more.

The Huron Arbor Cluster has two main areas of focus: 1) on the ground conservation action and planning, and 2) educating community members in conservation issues, techniques and other relevant topics. We focus on local stewardship issues and plans to address those concerns through implemented action. We provide unique educational opportunities through events, workshops, activities and online networking to share ideas, information, skills and resources to enable local groups to increase their capacity to care for local land and water.

Huron Arbor cluster also hosts quarterly Professional Stewards Hikes in local natural areas. Those who have been in restoration and stewardship for an extended period of time visit restoration projects and participate in detailed conversations with other professionals. Let us know if you’re interested.

Participating Organizations

Adapt Community Supported Ecology; City of Ann Arbor Natural Area Preservation; Feral Flora; Huron Clinton Metropark Authority; Huron River Watershed Council; Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative; Legacy Land Conservancy; Michigan Department of Natural Resources; NatureWrite; Pittsfield Township Parks; Plantwise Restoration; Scio Township Parks; Seeds to Community; Southeast Michigan Land Conservancy; Southeast Michigan Stewardship Coalition; University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum; Washtenaw County Conservation District; Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission; Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner; Wild Ones – Ann Arbor Chapter