One example of Oakland Township’s history of Land Preservation

I thought it would be appropriate to share a video of the prairie restoration work that continues in Oakland Township along the Paint Creek Trail. This is a video from several years ago, but the work continues.

A new park will be opening soon along the trail to give the public greater access to the trail. The park is on Orion Road near Clarkston Road. It will be called Paint Creek Junction Park (a reference to the old rail system that traveled the path).

Oakland Township continues to be supportive of land preservation and ecological restoration.

Dick Michalski

2 thoughts on “One example of Oakland Township’s history of Land Preservation

  1. Cam Mannino

    I haven’t seen this in years. Thanks so much for posting it again, Dick. It was particular appropriate timing in the week in which we celebrated Alice Tomboulian’s life at her memorial service with family and friends.

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