About WMSECN

The mission of the West Michigan Soil Erosion Control Network (WMSECN) is to protect and enhance our natural environment by promoting effective soil erosion control.

The vision of the WMSECN is to unite interested parties within the western Michigan counties of Kent, Allegan, Ottawa, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Montcalm, Barry, Ionia, and Mecosta into a group dedicated to the discovery, collection, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge toward attaining effective and economical methods and best management practices for preventing erosion of the earth.

Contact WMSECN via theĀ Board Member Directory or use ourĀ Contact Form.

Spoonville Trail
Connector Tour

Friday, May 6, 2022

FREE for Members!
Non-members - $10.00

On Friday, May 6th, WMSECN will be hosting an outdoor tour of the Spoonville Trail Connector in Ottawa County. The 4.2-mile Spoonville Trail Project, built on behalf of the Ottawa County Parks & Recreation Department, was completed in 2021. We will be looking specifically at the trail connector near the Terra Verde Golf Course in Nunica and the innovative soil erosion controls and stabilization methods used to manage steep slopes around this project.

Consultant for the Spoonville Trail Project was Prein & Newhof, and contractor was Anlaan Corporation.

Lunch will be provided.

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