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E-M:/ Tour at Greater Sibley Prairie

Enviro-Mich message from Smileysmlc@aol.com

Tour at Greater Sibley Prairie

When:  Sunday, August 1, 2004, at 1:30 p.m.
Where:  Brownstown Township, Wayne County
        Park on the south side of King Road (dirt road), about 1/4 mile west 
        Telegraph Road.
Directions:  use King Rd & Telegraph Rd, Brownstown MI  48183
        on www.mapquest.com

The Greater Sibley Prairie is the largest remaining lake plain prairie in the 
Great Lakes basin.  It is a remarkable site with numerous species of 
threatened and endangered species.  Many of the prairie flowers should be at their 
peak, so this is an ideal time to see the prairie.  Come and see this rare 
ecosystem which is also one of the most imperiled ecosystems in the world.  Learn of 
development threats and an urgent opportunity to protect this unique prairie.

Jack Smiley
Southeast Michigan Land Conservancy

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