The Keweenaw Land Trust will host an outing on March 9, 2013, exploring the Pilgrim River Watershed Project. Attendees will get an in-depth tour of a local sustainably managed forest that offers excellent recreational and educational opportunities. The tour will start at the project’s Boundary Road trailhead in Portage Township. Download a map for accurate directions (there are three maps — make sure to go to the Boundary Road access point. Attendees will get an in-depth tour of a local sustainably managed forest that offers excellent recreational and educational opportunities. As an introduction to the Pilgrim River Watershed Project, the area’s diverse flora and fauna, its unique topography, forestry value, and the challenges and opportunities associated with the project will be explained. Bill Leder has helped lead the Copper Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited to move the Pilgrim Project along and will answer questions related to the project and the property.
The Pilgrim River Watershed Project aims to ensure that the land is sustainably managed to protect healthy water quality and habitats, and to secure permanent public access for a variety of recreational uses that are compatible with forestry and natural resource protection. A component of the project involves the purchase of conservation easements from a private landowner to accomplish the project goals. The project is led by KLT and the Copper Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited, and includes many other local partners. For more information visit www.pilgrimriverwatershed.org.This entry was posted in Events, Other Winter Events. Bookmark the permalink. ← Tech Hosting NCAA Regionals Feb. 23-24; Some Trails Closed Excellent Conditions for Great Bear Chase →