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Pierce Cedar Creek Institute
Set on 661 acres in Southwest Michigan, Pierce Cedar Creek Institute provides visitors with an exposure to a blend of diverse habitats including wetlands, forests, marshes, streams, lakes, and prairies. The Institute is open to the public, year-round, free of charge. Visitors may explore over seven miles of nature trails.
When is a Grassland Restoration Truly Restored? Examining Microbial Community Responses to Fire in Remnant and Restored Grasslands
A webinar presented by,
Kathryn Docherty, Western Michigan University
Ryan Koziatek, Kalamazoo Nature Center
Ashley Anne Wick, Kalamazoo Nature Center
Click on the following link to listen to a recording of the webinar: