2015 Fayetteville Historic State Park

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Projects Completed
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Volunteers

Fayette Historic State Park

Fayette Historic State Park, the second 2015 clean up event, offers volunteers a unique opportunity to discover and revamp the story of a 19th century iron-smelting town on the shoreline of Big Bay De Noc in the U.P.’s Garden Peninsula. This once bustling industrial community will be bustling with volunteers working to make the area a place that everyone can continue to enjoy. Built in the late 1800s, the historic hotel is one site volunteers help restore.

Projects Completed

  • Plaster removal
  • Landscaping
  • Debris removal
  • Fence repair and construction
  • Painting on historic buildings

View the 2015 Fayette Historic State Park event itinerary – Click here.

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November
Groups Today Daily – Why Voluntourism

October
A Healthier Michigan – Historic Upper Peninsula Site Gets Makeover from Tourism Pros
UP Matters.com – Volunteers spruce up aging Michigan treasure
Department of Natural Resources – Showcasing the DNR: Volunteers spruce up aging Michigan gem
Pure Michigan – Tourism Update

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2015 Fayette event gallery