Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership and Huron Pines are hosting a day-long workshop Thursday, Oct. 25 focused on creating community leaders in sustainable and natural shorelines.

Participants will acquire the teaching tools, resources and leadership skills they need to facilitate shoreline preservation and protection in their communities. By completing the workshop, participants become part of the Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership network, joining a growing group of citizens interested in shoreline protection across the state.

Registration deadline is Oct. 18. Cost is $75. The workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the Oakland County Executive Office Building Conference Center in Waterford.

See the Huron Pines announcement for more details.