If you’re looking for a nature fix to kick start your summer, look no further than Michigan Nature Association’s annual Members’ Meeting May 8 in Lenawee County.
Family and friends are welcome to join members in food, fun a recount of MNA’s past activities and discussion of its future endeavors. This event is open to the public to encourage awareness and combined preservation efforts of Michigan’s natural habitats.
The meeting will also provide MNA members, staff and the Board of Trustees from around the state with a unique opportunity to connect and experience the MNA’s mission together.
This year’s event highlights include a presentation by guest speakers Dr. Forest Haines, professor of earth sciences at Adrian College and Misa Cady, lunch with friends and fellow members and a choice of two guided field trips to MNA’s Goose Creek Nature Sanctuary or Frances Broehl Memorial # 1 Nature Sanctuary.
Lodging and local dining are nearby in Brooklyn, Mich.
If you wish to attend:
When: May 8, 2010 at 12:00 P.M. EST
Where: Cambridge Township Offices, located in Lenawee County. 9990 M-50, Onsted, MI 49265 (please click here for a digital map)
Sanctuary field trips: Goose Creek Nature Sanctuary or Frances Broehl Memorial # 1 Nature Sanctuary
Attire: Goose Creek Nature Sanctuary is predominantly a wetland and the Frances Broehl Memorial #1 Nature Sanctuary has some wet terrain. Therefore, dress casual but it is highly recommended that you wear or carry a light jacket and a pair of mud boots for the sanctuary field trips.
Contact the MNA at (517) 655-5655 or email email@example.com to let us know you’re coming or if you have any questions.