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Don Botsford Stands Outside The Tree House On His Recreational Preserve, May 1997

Don Botsford Stands Outside The Tree House On His Recreational Preserve, May 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 15, 1997
Caption
Don Botsford, shown near an elaborate tree house he built on 20 acres of woods he owns near M-14 and Miller Road, has not given up on his dream of developing a full-fledged nature preserve on the property.

Don Botsford On His 20-Acre Land Preserve, April 1999

Don Botsford On His 20-Acre Land Preserve, April 1999 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 7, 1999
Caption
Don Botsford stands on his 20-acre land preserve in Scio Township. He says nearby development will enhance his preservation efforts.

Planting Fish at Pleasant Lake, October 1938

Planting Fish at Pleasant Lake, October 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1938
Caption
BASS PLANTED IN WASHTENAW LAKES: Twenty-six Washtenaw county lakes and streams were stocked with 15,000 large mouth black bass fingerlings by a State Conservation Department crew Thursday and yesterday: In the picture at the left, William Corson, Washtenaw county conservation officer, is standing between J. R. Meadows (left), and Nick O'Day, in front of the truck used to carry the fish. The picture was taken at Pleasant lake, and at the right is an interested spectator, Junior Sodt of Pleasant lake. Note that the conservation officer is equipped with a gun, following out the department's recent order to equip all its men with side-arms. In the picture at the right, Mr. Meadows is shown dumping some of the small fry into Pleasant lake.

J. R. Meadows Plants Largemouth Bass In Pleasant Lake, October 1938

J. R. Meadows Plants Largemouth Bass In Pleasant Lake, October 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1938
Caption
BASS PLANTED IN WASHTENAW LAKES: Twenty-six Washtenaw county lakes and streams were stocked with 15,000 large mouth black bass fingerlings by a State Conservation Department crew Thursday and yesterday: In the picture at the left, William Corson, Washtenaw county conservation officer, is standing between J. R. Meadows (left), and Nick O'Day, in front of the truck used to carry the fish. The picture was taken at Pleasant lake, and at the right is an interested spectator, Junior Sodt of Pleasant lake. Note that the conservation officer is equipped with a gun, following out the department's recent order to equip all its men with side-arms. In the picture at the right, Mr. Meadows is shown dumping some of the small fry into Pleasant lake.