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Friday, February 5, 2016

Executive Director Chris Bunch talks about the work of Six Rivers and the positive side of the Flint River in an interview with WJRT12 ABC Flint.   See the interview here!


May 21, 2015

In partnership with St. Clair County, Six Rivers Land Conservancy is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Way Parcel, a 39-acre wooded property adjacent to Goodells Park in Wales Township.  With financing assistance from The Conservation Fund, Six Rivers will hold the parcel while the St. Clair County Parks Commission waits for approval of a Michigan Natural Resource Trust Fund Grant.  Conservation of the piece is significant, especially the southern portion which is part of the Pine River watershed and stream channel.


Fall 2014

Rover Pipeline

The ET ROVER Pipeline has altered its proposed route so that the Lost Lake Nature Preserve and other sensitive locations in the Six Rivers' service area will not be affected.

Executive Director Chris Bunch testified before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in December regarding the potential impact of the pipeline route. In response to the February 2nd news of the change, Chris said, "We appreciated the helpfulness of Rover reps and were grateful for their willingness to work with us. We believe this a great outcome that will benefit the properties we protect, reduce impacts on the environment, and provide for the growing demand for natural gas to replace coal in power plants." 

The Rover pipeline will now utilize existing Vector pipeline, operated by DTE Energy, and avoid new construction in 6 Michigan counties


May 1, 2013

 DENSO VOLUNTEERS at the Rouge River on June 1st, 2013 were featured on FOX News. Congratulations and thank you to all the volunteers involved! You made a huge impact on habitat health and in bringing stewardship work to the campus of DENSO.


 February 14, 2013

Six Rivers rarely gets involved in public policy.  Our mission and work is accomplished through the voluntary action of private landowners.  But over the last many months there have been several legislative issues at both state and federal levels that have major implications for conservation locally and nationally.

Lansing has been a busy place lately, with many items in committee that are of great concern and consequence for Six Rivers' work. Chris Bunch continues to work with our partners at Heart of the Lakes Center for Land Conservation to make the voice for land conservation is southeast Michigan heard.

Chris' comments on February 21, 2013 before a joint meeting of House Appropriations Committee and House Natural Resources Committee HERE

An editorial to the Detroit News, published on February 14th HERE

Jonathan Schechter's article in The Oakland Press - April 14th

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