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Natural Resources
From the cities tagline "Innovative by Nature" to the large oak tree that is found in the city's logo, it is apparent that the natural resources within the City of Rochester Hills has always been a valued and important part of our community. The Natural Resources division is responsible for developing a community outdoor ethic and engaging the community through development of outdoor connections, stewardship of our outdoor spaces through conservation, and the planting, protecting and maintaining of a healthy urban tree population to conserve the community's green infrastructure.

Our Natural Resources division provides opportunities to connect through:
  • Outdoor Engagement
  • Forestry
  • Stewardship
  • Green Space
  • Wildlife
  • Deer Management Advisory Committee
  • Clinton River
We encourage you to connect to your community's Natural Resources and the outdoors! Find out more in your area of interest on the left.

Kids in tree fort

City Tree

Matt Einheuser
Matt Einheuser
Natural Resources Manager

Ph. 248.841.2551

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