Muskegon Community College’s 15-acre Kasey Hartz Natural Area was dedicated on May 4, 1974. The natural area includes a one-mile trail which meanders through three distinct types of habitats.
The natural area was established to provide an outdoor laboratory for the enrichment of courses within the College, such as art, biology, geology and geography.
The Kasey Hartz Natural Area is available for the enjoyment of students, faculty and the community for hiking, birdwatching and photography and as a place individuals can develop an appreciation of the harmony that can exist between humans and the land.
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