Outdoors

  • Patagonia Line 5 Film

    Discover the story of two Michigan adventurers and their 500-mile, fossil-free journey across the Upper Peninsula along the route of Line 5 – a 63-year-old pipeline – that threatens our inland waters and Great Lakes. Every day nearly 23 million gallons of oil flow through Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline located on the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac just west of the Mackinac Bridge. Read more...

  • 2016 Glen Arbor Area Winter

    Laura Ann Johnson, Cherry Republic’s marketing manager to a few hours and snapped a few photos of all the fresh snow around Glen Arbor on Tuesday morning. Click here for a short blog of her best photos. Above is the a favorite angle of the Crystal River at the Dunn's Farm Rd culvert. Read more...

  • Re-Arbor Glen Arbor Raises $45,000

    We have to begin with the Glen Lake Community Reform Church’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors volunteer effort. They have cleaned up 27 yards and put in 500 volunteer hours. Re-Arbor Glen Arbor has donated $5,000 to them in early October and we just donated another $5,000 last week. Read more...

  • Cherry Republic's Leaf Day

    Leaf Day was created by Cherry Republic to celebrate the amazing colors of fall, and to take a day to reflect or enjoy the outdoors in the last of our good weather. We are all so busy all summer and into fall that we don’t often find time to just enjoy the outdoors. Leaf Day will allow us to do so during the most beautiful time of year in Northern Michigan. Read more...

  • Stronger Than the Storm

    We are still mourning the loss of many many of our iconic 100 year old trees. These great white pines and white oaks have been in our peripheral vision all our lives, like quiet friends giving us balance and emotional nourishment. Read more...

  • Bring the Arbor Back to Glen Arbor Fundraising Campaign

    The tragic Summer Shear Storm that happened August 2nd, 2015 is the worst storm to hit Glen Arbor in recorded history. The storm has devastated acres and acres of old growth forest in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. It has downed many of the tall trees that inspired Glen Arbor’s name over 150 years ago. In response to the storm, dozens of tree removal companies and several organized teams of volunteers have been hard at work. All this clean up costs money. Read more...

  • Rising from the wreckage

    I am reminded daily of good will. Our community, friends & co-workers have truly been amazing. It seemed as if every time I left my house this past weekend I would return to find more friends who had come by just to help us with the clean up. Read more...

  • Progress From The Storm

    Glen Arbor slowly returns to normal many acts of kindness abound as neighbors help neighbors in the community to get things back to normal. Read more...

  • Summer Storm Photos 2015

    Here are three of the most poignant sky photos we have come across. Read more...

  • Our Staff Stories of the 2015 Glen Arbor Storm

    The storm that slammed into the Glen Arbor region was nothing short of devastating to the community and businesses. The large volumes of work crews in the region have been working hard to restore normalcy to everyone. Slowly we are recovering and vigilant to the cause. Read more...

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