Our team members like excuses to get out of doors and back to nature.
We provided a grant of $2,500 to the Watershed Center as part of Grand Traverse Bay’s Adopt-a-Stream Program.
We make grants to teach children about our vast environmental resources and how to protect them.
Taking care of creatures big and small.
With Great Lakes Come Great Responsibility
Our freshwater lakes and streams make us unique in all of the 50 states. Our 56,000 square miles of land front four of the five Great Lakes. It’s a point of pride, and demands great care. So, we pay special attention to projects that benefit the health and sustainability of water. We’re just as concerned about the health and viability of land, air and wildlife.
We’re committed to sustaining Michigan’s natural resources. Our grants support removal of invasive species, conservation of natural resources and fostering of stewardship and environmental education. Some of our more recent grant recipients include Saginaw Bay Watershed Initiative, Legacy Land Conservancy’s Upper Grand River Protection Partnership, and the Blandford Nature Center.
Let's Talk Trees
We funded an initiative by Michigan Arbor Day Alliance to teach kids about natural resources.