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The proposed project will protect several tributaries to the Dead River, which provides drinking water, hydroelectric power, and recreation to the 27,000 year-round City of Marquette Residents. Protecting this area from development, deforestation, and damaging types of recreation will protect this amazing water resource.

Do you have input related to this goal that you would like to contribute for the Dead River Community Forest Management Plan? Send us an email at uplc@uplandconservancy.org

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To provide recreation opportunities that meet the needs and interests of the community by establishing multi-use trails and educational signage in those parcels within a year of acquisition;

The DRCF will enhance recreational opportunities for U.P residents, visitors, and tourists by providing several miles of non-motorized trails for hiking, bird-watching, nature photography, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and mountain biking. 

Provide feedback on what activites you think the Dead River Community Forest should emphasize by emailing us at uplc@uplandconservancy.org

To actively engage the public in the land protection and management processes by forming genuine partnerships with diverse stakeholders throughout the acquisition, development, and ongoing management process;

By engaging the public in the land protection processes we can create a more informed community that can help us with their input.

Take our survey above to add your input, or email us at uplc@uplandconservancy.org

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To provide recreation opportunities that meet the needs and interests of the community by establishing multi-use trails and educational signage in those parcels within a year of acquisition;

goal 1

By engaging the public in the land protection processes we can create a more informed community that can help us with their input.

Take our survey above to add your input, or email us at uplc@uplandconservancy.org

To ensure the permanent protection of 186 acres of riparian forest by acquiring two high-value conservation parcels in the Dead River Basin by spring 2022:

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By engaging the public in the land protection processes we can create a more informed community that can help us with their input.

Take our survey above to add your input, or email us at uplc@uplandconservancy.org

goal 3

To actively engage the public in the land protection and management processes by forming genuine partnerships with diverse stakeholders throughout the acquisition, development, and ongoing management process;

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