Huron Pines – $25,000

Catalyzing Community Action to Protect Lake Huron

Through its Lake Huron Forever initiative, Huron Pines works with community leaders, volunteers, and other organizations to implement projects that strengthen the health and well-being of residents and improve or protect water quality in Lake Huron. This grant will bolster Huron Pines’ efforts in three Lake Huron coastal communities: Rogers City, Oscoda, and East Tawas. Huron Pines' direct engagement with these municipalities will ensure that local citizens clearly experience the connection between improved water quality and the enjoyment of places in which they live, work and play. In Rogers City, Huron Pines’ staff will assist the city with infrastructure projects that divert stormwater from Lake Huron and educate the public about improvements. In East Tawas, Huron Pines will build partnerships with community and tribal leaders and private landowners to increase water quality protection. In Oscoda, Huron Pines will assist leaders at the Township level to protect important land along the Au Sable River that protects ground water recharge areas for water quality leading directly to Lake Huron.

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