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We Save Nature & You Can Too. 

Safeguarding Michigan's natural beauty and the conservation values of our most important lands since 1972



Land conservancies, also known as land trusts, are community-based, nonprofit organizations dedicated to the permanent protection and stewardship of natural and working lands for the public good.



Find links to environmental education within our community, news and DIY section. 


We've Moved Next Door! Come Visit Us. New Space,  Same Building.  
150 Dixie Highway, Suite 1, Clarkston, MI  48346 

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BHHC is Seeking a New Executive Director

Full Time Position

BHHC is looking for a dynamic and experienced individual to be the primary representative to our local and regional partners, continuing our excellence in collaborative land conservation.  Click here for more information.

Our current executive director Sue Julian, will retire in June so she can volunteer with a focus on land acquisition and stewardship. 


BHHC Euchre Tournament

February 29th

6:00 PM


Help Us Protect Our Water & Our Land.

Dinner begins at 6pm.  Play will begin promptly at 6:30 and conclude at 8:30. 

Each player will rotate with new partners every 8 hands (each player per game deals twice) to score as many points as possible. After two hours of play, there will be a prize awarded to the player with the highest points. 
Bring your quarters! Each time you're Euchred will cost you $0.50

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How Do I Get Involved?

Donate Land or funds

Become part of our growing team-

  • Restore protected property

  • Repair & maintenance of public spaces

  • Seed collection and distribution

  • Office work/home work


“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”  
–Anne Frank


Thinking of Giving? 

Here's how you can help.

Featured BHHC Educational Videos

To view more BHHC videos, please visit our YouTube channel