Headwaters Cluster Events

Join the Headwaters Cluster in-person at one of our upcoming events listed below! Please consider preregistering for cluster workshops, hikes and events but walk-ins are always welcome!

Keep scrolling past "Cluster Sponsored Events" to "Other Headwaters Cluster Area Events" to view a chronological list of upcoming partner events.
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Cluster Sponsored Events

At this time there are no scheduled cluster sponsored events.

Other Headwaters Cluster Area Events

Highland Recreation Area volunteer workday

Saturday, December 2, 2017 - 9:00am to 3:00pm

Highland Recreation Area, Silo Field Trial Area. See description for details.

Free

Join ongoing efforts to restore this area to open grassland. Volunteers will be hauling and piling brush and stacking fire wood. Meet at the Silo Field Trial Area parking lot off Livingston Road, between Pettibone Lake and Beaumont Roads. GPS coordinates: 42.638344, -83.595671

Highland Recreation Area volunteer workday

Sunday, December 3, 2017 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

Highland Recreation Area. See description for details.

Free

Want to help remove invasive shrubs from a high quality natural area? Then join us! We’ll be continuing our work within Haven Hill Natural Area to remove large common buckthorn and other non-native, invasive shrubs. We want to keep these shrubs from moving farther into this beautiful woodland. Meet at the bike trailhead parking lot on the north side of Livingston Road between Duck Lake and Waterbury Roads. GPS coordinates: 42.639536, -83.576926

Bald Mountain Recreation Area volunteer workday

Saturday, December 9, 2017 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Bald Mountain Recreation Area. See description for details.

Free

Join ongoing efforts to keep glossy buckthorn and other invasive shrubs in check in the Graham Lake Fen Complex. Meet at the East Graham Boat Launch parking lot on the north side of Predmore Road in the park’s North Unit. GPS coordinates: 42.786267, -83.190904 ***Waterproof boots, either knee-high rubber boots or hip waders, are recommended for this site. Rubber boots are available to borrow, upon request; first come first served (please specify size).