Pathways & Parks

“Greening Mid-Michigan recommends that the many park and recreation departments in our region work together to link pathways, promote ¬†programs, and protect conservation/habitat areas.” Here are a few resources for making that connection:¬†

Significant Natural Features in the Tri-County Region: Providing Ecological Information for a Green Infrastructure Plan

The 2009 Potential Conservation Area Assessment

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1) Clinton County

Clinton County Woodlands

Clinton County Wetlands

Clinton County Parks

Clinton County Proposed Non-Motorized Routes

CLINTON COUNTY PARKS DEPARTMENT

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2) Eaton County

Eaton County Woodlands

Eaton County Wetlands

Eaton County Parks

Eaton County Proposed Non-Motorized Routes

EATON COUNTY PARKS DEPARTMENT

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3) Ingham County

Ingham County Woodlands

Ingham County Wetlands

Ingham County Parks

Ingham County Proposed Non-Motorized Routes

INGHAM COUNTY PARKS DEPARTMENT

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