Kitchel Lindquist Hartger Dunes Preserve
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Explore the unique ecosystems at the KLH Dunes Preserve!
Anna Slocum, this summer's intern, is working on trail maintenance, invasive species management, and a survey on the reptiles found in the preserve. Anna is a senior at Grand Valley State University in and is working on finishing her undergraduate degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Welcome, Anna!
About the KLH Dunes Preserve
115 acres of protected dunes, forest, and wetlands await you at the preserve. This beautiful location encompasses the unique freshwater dune ecology that exists only on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. Founded in 1971 when Constance and Gerald Lindquist along with Harold Hartger donated 60 acres to The Nature Conservancy, the preserve has only grown since then. Today it is owned and operated by the City of Ferrysburg and remains a hidden gem of West Michigan that promotes education, research, and conservation.
20001 Berwyck St, Grand Haven, MI 49417