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ORGANIZATION: Blue Heron Headwaters Conservancy

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If you like working outdoors and working for nature, join us as we plant, remove invasive species and work on trails at our protected properties in Clarkston, Davisburg and Holly. We have regular Wednesday morning work days from 9-12. All you need to bring is bug spray, gloves and water. Email us for more info

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About Blue Heron Headwaters Conservancy


7150 Dixie Highway, Suite 2, Clarkston, MI 48346, US

Mission Statement

We are a community-based land conservancy, dedicated to protecting the unique character of the natural resources and quality of life, for the communities and future generations of Northwest Oakland County. We accomplish this by acquiring land and property easements with the intent of conserving the woods, fields, streams, wetlands and other natural features in the headwaters areas of the Clinton, Shiawassee, Huron, and Flint rivers.


The Blue Heron Headwaters Conservancy is a private, non-profit, member supported, citizen run organization with over 40 years’ experience in preserving open space in northwest Oakland County. Over 1,400 acres have been preserved in six townships, with parcels ranging from 1/2 acre to over 100 acres. And we are still going strong!


Animals, Environment


We'll work with your schedule.


7150 Dixie HighwaySuite 2ClarkstonClarkston, MI 48346



  • Gardening
  • Environmental Education




  • Must be at least 16
  • 3 hour shifts

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