The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is holding a meeting to discuss the future of the Sanilac Petroglyphs Historic State Park.
The DNR is asking for feedback on the next phase in the State Park’s long-term planning and management strategy, which includes efforts to protect the park’s resources while still providing recreation and educational opportunities. The State Park features Michigan’s largest known collection of early Native American teachings carved in stone, and is a popular destination for school groups, hikers, and other visitors interested in Michigan history and Native American Culture. The virtual meeting will be held September 29th at 6:00 P-M.
More information, including a registration form for the meeting and a draft of the management plan, can be found at Michigan.gov/ParkManagementPlans.