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All News Archives for January 2008
Grand Finale on the Betsie – All major erosion sites stabilized!

Grand Finale on the Betsie – All major erosion sites stabilized!

Taking Care of the Little Betsie

Taking Care of the Little Betsie

Wild Link to Assist With Ransom Lake Natural Area Management

Wild Link to Assist With Ransom Lake Natural Area Management

The Plight of the Naked River
By Kimberly Balke, CRA Biologist, Winter 2007 Catalyst

Trees. Is there anything in nature more useful than a tree? Whether it’s alive or dead, a tree is a great thing. Most of our rivers and creeks begin in the trees, flowing through forests, picking up leaf litter, pine needles, cones, branches and fallen trees as they go. Those tree branches and trunks and root wads – that is what makes up the woody debris that our streams require to be healthy.

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