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Mr. Tom Bailey
Little Traverse Conservancy
Little Traverse Conservancy
3264 Powell Road
The Little Traverse Conservancy is a broad coalition of individuals, families, and businesses who agree that the acquisition and protection of natural land is important if we are to retain the quality of life which makes northern Michigan so attractive. T...
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Board and Staff - Heart of the Lakes
Tom Bailey, Member
Executive Director, Little Traverse Conservancy
Gov. Snyder appoints Bailey, ...
Gov. Snyder appoints Bailey, Pingatore to LSSU Board
Gov. Rick Snyder has announced the appointments of Thomas Bailey, of Petoskey, and Randy Pingatore, of Sault St. Marie, to the Lake Superior State University Board of Trustees.
and Randy are talented professionals and they will be valuable assets to the board and the university," Snyder said.
Bailey is executive director of the Little Traverse Conservancy in Harbor Springs, a position he has held for 29 years.
He previously worked for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources within the hazardous waste and water quality divisions, as well as the DNR Water Quality Division.
He is the co-founder of the Heart of the Lakes Center for Land Conservation Policy board and the co-founder of the Harbor Area Board of Resources and the Dark Sky Coast Association.
Bailey holds a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University and replaces Patrick Egan on the board.
"We're looking forward to working with Tom Bailey
and Randy Pingatore, both of whom have experience and background that will benefit the university as we look to our future," Pleger said.
Guest commentary - Parks, trails and open spaces as infrastructure | Michigan Trails and Greenways
Tom Bailey is the executive director of the Little Traverse Conservancy.
Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emmet Conservation District Master Naturalist Program
The first class will meet on May 31st at the Little Traverse Conservancy 3264 Powell Rd. just off M-119, between Petoskey and Harbor Springs, where Tom Bailey, Director of the Conservancy will share his experience as a National Park ranger and discuss the history of Conservation in the US and Michigan.
Topics include: May 31, Conservation History Theory and Practice with Tom Bailey of Little Traverse Conservancy, June 21st-Wetlands Ecology and Macroinvertebrate Studies with Tip of the Mitt Watershed staff, July 26th-Dune Ecology at Sturgeon Bay with Jackie Pilette, August16th-Invasive Species in Michigan with Dan Myers TOTMWC, September 13th- Role of the DNR, Fishing Conservation, Ethics and Practice at the Oden Hatchery with Jon Spieles and staff, and finally October 4th just in time for the fall colors, Michigan's Native Trees and Shrubs with Maureen Stine USDA.
Tom Bailey, Executive ...
Tom Bailey, Executive Director of Little Traverse Conservancy will be presenting the history of conservation back to nomadic times and outline how our relationship with our land has shaped the American culture.
He will also introduce us to the movers and shakers of the environmental movement, such as Thoreau, Teddy Roosevelt, Gifford Pinchot and others.
Along the way he'll share his experiences at a national park ranger.
Following the presentation Tom will take us out on the Round Lake Preserve and talk about guiding others around the natural beauty found in our county.