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Save Harbert Road Woods

Chikaming Open Lands has partnered with a group of neighbors on and around Harbert Road to protect one of the last natural open spaces along the lakeshore in Harbert.

Recently, we were able to successfully negotiate a purchase agreement to acquire and preserve 14 acres of woodland along Harbert Road. The parcel's location adjacent to both the Woods Preserve and Harbert Woods Preserve would allow is to create a continuous 30-acre open space corridor along the lakefront.

The contract gives us until April 1st to meet the fundraising goal of $1.4 million for all project costs. Led by this group of passionate and determined neighbors, the Save Harbert Road Woods campaign has now raised nearly $1.1 million in pledges and gifts. Make a gift today!

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...or, learn more about this project and some other ways you can help at the Save Harbert Road Woods website.