Birney Creek flows through agricultural and forest lands before meeting the Jordan River downstream from Rogers Road. The Creek’s mouth is surrounded by the Little Traverse Conservancy’s Rogers Family Homestead Nature Preserve, a 147 acre preserve south of East Jordan. The preserve features trails and frontage along the Jordan River. There is little data we have on this stream so please contact us if you have any information you can provide.
Overview of Birney Creek
Known Aquatic Invasive Species
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