Leo Creek Preserve
An outdoor learning laboratory, nature preserve and botanical garden in Suttons Bay, Michigan
The mission of Leo Creek Preserve is to use its unique creek, forest, and agricultural spaces to provide, for all people, an outdoor learning laboratory to investigate water and woodland ecology, intensive soil regenerating and carbon sequestration practices, and to bring art into the garden gathering spaces. We value strengthening our connection to the natural world and bringing people together to work towards a beautiful, healthy, productive and regenerating environment, and sharing its abundance.
March 19 at Leo Creek Preserve
How tall, how old, how much carbon does this White Pine store? Foresters Kama Ross and Lynn Baker, and arborist Bo Burke will come to answer these questions for 50 kids in two visiting classrooms. Bo is going to climb and measure the tree so the kids can calculate the carbon stored themselves.
New to Leo Creek Preserve: Perennial Plant Sale
We will have over 1,300 perennials, many varieties not available in local nurseries, for sale in May. Visit our Plants for Sale page to see the list of what we already have potted and are currently overwintering. Additional varieties will be added early spring.
Leo Creek Preserve is proud to be collaborating with the following nonprofit organizations:
Traverse Area Recreational Trails (TART)
The Leelanau Conservancy
Inland Seas Educational Association
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