Michigan Tech’s many forested lands are a forestry students dream laboratory and playground. In total the school owns more than 5,000 acres of forest, with various satellite locations set up throughout out the Upper Peninsula. In Lake Linden a 658 acre MTU forest is home to a mixture of hardwoods, wetlands, and lowland conifers, and now a new building. Michigan Tech is cutting the ribbon for a new addition in the Nara Family Forest. Join Michigan Tech in celebrating the newly constructed Nara Family Maple Center this Thursday. Those attending will hear from University leaders, faculty members from the College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, and the Nara family. The ribbon cutting ceremony will start at 10 am. Meet Michigan Tech leaders, the Nara Family and MTU’s College of Forestry and Environmental Science at the new Maple Center, located at 45016 N. Jacobsville Road, in Lake Linden. Michigan Tech’s forest satellite campus areas are used for various research studies, hands on education for forestry students, and demonstration projects.
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