Ada Township partners with numerous local agencies to implement Stewardship Programs.
Stewardship opportunities range from invasive species removal to river clean-up work. Groups and individuals are always welcome to participate! For more information about Stewardship opportunities available through the Ada Township Parks & Recreation Department, please email us.
For a complete list of Ada Township volunteer opportunities, please visit our Volunteer page.
Upcoming Volunteer Stewardship Days
|Cut stump application on|
woody non-native invasives
|Saturday, October 2 |
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
|Carl Creek Wetland Preserve|
Alta Dale Ave SE
Ada, MI 49301
The Stewardship Network is a grassroots cooperative organization working to protect, restore, and manage Michigan's natural lands and waters. It helps individuals, organizations, and businesses manage specific sites through sharing ideas, resources, and information. Visit www.stewardshipnetwork.com for more information.
The Parks & Recreation department works closely with the Open Space Advisory Board on land management and public areas such as the new Carl Creek Wetlands Preserve
The Land Conservancy of West Michigan is a non-profit that works with private land owner and government bodies to preserve natural areas permanently. With their efforts, they are upholding natural areas for future generations to explore and enjoy.