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E-M:/ Bertha Daubendiek - March Thumb Habitats

The March Thumb Habitats article in The Lakeshore Guardian features Bertha Daubendiek, founder of the Michigan Nature Association and long-time resident of Saint Clair County.

"It is not possible to describe MNA without describing its founder, Bertha Daubendiek . Now 88, Bertha was the defining force and major benefactor of MNA for half a century. She served as “Executive Secretary” until her retirement in 2001 and was a trustee until this year. From 1988 until 2002, Bertha's home in Kenockee Township, Saint Clair County, was MNA's statewide office. The mailing address was Avoca, of all places."

Bertha Daubendiek - A Rare Western Disjunct in Michigan
Part 2 - The Michigan Nature Association
March 2004
(Bertha Daubendiek, the founder of the MNA)
The Michigan Nature Association
To Everything, Tern, Tern, Tern. There is a Season, Tern, Tern, Tern.
February 2004
(a brief history of the MNA)
Building on a Lakeshore Legacy
Part 2 - Ancient Beaches of Lake Huron
January 2004
(two developments in Fort Gratiot Township preserving part of the glacial beach ridge and swale habitat)
Ancient Beaches of Lake Huron
December 2003
(ancient glacial beach ridge and swale habitat along Lake Huron)

Bill Collins
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