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Loutit District Library presents movie night with the Land Conservancy of West Michigan
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GRAND HAVEN, Michigan – View Central Michigan University’s TV (WCMU - http://www.wcmu.org/tv/MichiganLandConservation.html) program documentary "Michigan Land Conservation: The Present that Lasts Forever" with the Land Conservancy of West Michigan on September 28 at Loutit District Library. The movie documents how the Land Conservancy works with private landowners to protect their land for future generations.

The movie will begin at 7:00 p.m. in Program Room A. Pete DeBoer, LCWM Land Protection Specialist, will be on-site to answer any questions you may have regarding land protection.

The Land Conservancy is a 34 year-old nonprofit based in Grand Rapids with a mission of keeping nature nearby through the permanent protection of natural and scenic lands in eight counties in West Michigan (northern half Allegan, Ottawa, Kent, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, and the southern halves of Mason and Lake).

For more information, contact www.naturenearby.org. For further programming call 616-842-5560, ext. 212 or visit www.loutitlibrary.org.

Loutit District Library is located at 407 Columbus Avenue in Grand Haven, Michigan. The library serves 35,510 residents of the City of Grand Haven, the City of Ferrysburg, Grand Haven Charter Township, Robinson Township and that part of Port Sheldon Township in the Grand Haven Area Public Schools' area. For more information visit the LDL Website at www.loutitlibrary.org.

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