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M-119 Tunnel of Trees Scenic Heritage Route Fall Symposium September 21

News Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 31, 2022

HARBOR SPRINGS, MI – The M-119 Tunnel of Trees Scenic Heritage Route Committee and the Little Traverse Conservancy are hosting an M-119 Scenic Heritage Route Fall Symposium September 21 in Readmond Township. The symposium will start at 2:30 pm at the Readmond Township Hall, 6034 Wormwood Lane, Harbor Springs. Prior to the symposium there will be an optional field trip at 1:00 pm at the Seberon “Boo” Litzenburger Nature Preserve which is on Five Mile Creek Road just off M-119 about six miles north of Harbor Springs.

The symposium will include land protection options presented by the Little Traverse Conservancy, a discussion of tree health and road safety by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), and a presentation about corridor improvements by Emmet County Planning and Zoning.

There is no charge to attend the event and refreshments will be provided. Registration is available by sending an email to caitlin@landtrust.org or by calling 231.344.1010.

The M-119 Tunnel of Trees was officially dedicated as a Scenic Heritage Route in June of 2003. The Scenic Heritage Route Committee is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the scenic, cultural, natural, and historic characteristics of the M-119 corridor.

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