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Contact Information
Checks may be payable to:
Blue Heron Headwaters Conservancy
PO Box 285
Clarkston, MI 48347

Office: (248) 795-2808

Physical location
7150 Dixie Hwy #2
​Clarkston, MI 48346

Protect Nature in Your Own Backyard

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"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"

William James

Our mission is to protect the land, water, and wildlife in the headwaters region of the Clinton, Shiawassee, Huron, and Flint rivers through preservation, stewardship, and education.

Our vision is to support biodiversity and the quality of life for our communities and the future generations of Oakland County and beyond.

 

 

 

Our values include:

  • Preserving Nature
    We believe that conserving and enhancing the natural water and land resources in Northwest Oakland County through acquisition and/or preservation of key properties is essential to sustaining a high quality of life for present and future generations.

  • Stewardship
    We are committed to the continuous protection and management of properties and rights entrusted to our care, while encouraging others to also practice good water and land stewardship.​

  • Sustainability
    We are working to establish an ongoing and growing organization to ensure the preservation of the unique natural character of Northwest Oakland County.

  • Leadership
    We serve as community leaders in protecting our natural environment. To accomplish our goals requires vision, creativity, integrity, and perseverance.​

Our Mission

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Our Vision

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Our Values

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  • Collaboration
    To ensure our effectiveness, we practice internal teamwork and work with others in a cooperative and respectful manner.

  • Learning
    We continue learning and sharing knowledge in order to keep pace with constantly evolving issues and challenges critical to environmental conservation.​

  • Transparency
    We conduct meetings open to the public, post our annual reports on our website, and welcome all public input.

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