Fred Russ Forest

ConifersForest products and Christmas trees are among the top 20 agricultural crops in Michigan. The 939-acre Fred Russ Forest, established in 1942, allows researchers to conduct long-term research on Christmas tree seed production and other projects aimed at preserving the diversity and abundance of Michigan forests.

The forest also features a 12-acre park that is open to the public for hiking, biking, fishing, cross-country skiing and horseback riding.


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