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Throughout history, humans have been drawn to the forests, wetlands and shoreline of Antrim Creek Natural Area. Join us for a walk through time.
Professor Chuck Cleland discusses geological and archaeological features and the use of the region by the first peoples through the settlement of the lumbering era to its present designation as a nature preserve.
NMC professor, Stephen Drake, demonstrates flintknapping, the ancient art of working stone to form points for tools, utensils and hunting.
This education program is co-sponsored by Antrim Creek Natural Area and Grass River Natural Area. It is free and open to the public.
Antrim Creek Natural Area is located in Atwood, Michigan. From US 31, turn west on Rex Beach Road, south on Old Dixie Highway, continue to south entrance of Antrim Creek Natural Area. Meet at the kiosk. For more information and to register, call the GRNA office, 231.533.8314.