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About Us

The Fred Meijer Heartland Trail is a 42 mile, paved trail that connects the cities of Alma and Greenville in rural, central Michigan.  It is open to non-motorized use year round.  It was begun in 1994 and completed in 2015.  The Meijer Foundation has been essential in its development and support

Since 2013, the Mid West Michigan Trail Authority has also been essential in helping the FFMHT by distributing grant money from a Meijer Foundation program for Trail Maintenance.

Projects

TRAIL WORK UPDATE!!

Repair work on the burned bridge near Waterworks Park in Greenville will be beginning this spring.

  Many thanks to LS Engineering for their help on this project!

RESEALING FOR 2023

The resealing at Wyman Rd to Briggs Rd is complete!

 

However, due to the rain, Briggs Rd to Epley Rd and Lake Rd to Miller Rd will be completed on Monday, July 17.  The trail will be CLOSED July 17-19 in those sections so that the surface can cure. 

 

Thanks for your understanding!

Donate

Donations to the FFMHT are essential for the operation of the FMHT.  All donations are tax deductible, since we are a 501 (c) (3) organization. Donors can have their names listed on this website for donations given in addition to your membership.  Donor names are also included in our special edition fall newsletter.

Get Involved

The Fred Meijer Heartland Trail is maintained by volunteers who do most of the trimming, repairing and mowing required along the Trail.  The Friends of the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail has a Board of Directors who are also volunteers and new Board Members are needed.  The Trail operations need new, dedicated people who are willing to work to continue this tradition of excellence.

FFMHT Meetings

FFMHT Meetings are the 4th Tuesday of each month in Stanton, at 6:00 p.m. See the CONTACT US

page for more details.

Meetings are being held at the White Pine District Library, 106 E Walnut St., Stanton. 

FFMHT
Annual Banquet

The Annual Banquet and Fundraiser is ON for 2023!!  The Banquet took place on May 6, 2023 in Edmore at the Curtis Building!  We have a new catering service and loads of great prizes and silent auction items! Tickets mailed in March!

More news to follow!

SEE ANNUAL BANQUET PAGE FOR THE WINNERS LIST!

Many thanks to all who helped clear the Trail from downed trees!!
Trail snowmobile barriers are still up for the season -  many thanks to the volunteers who helped with this big project!  These barriers help to protect the Trail surface from damage by the metal studs on the snowmobile tracks.    Thanks for your patience.

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