Michigan Trails Week – September 22-29, 2018
Michigan’s vast network of trails traverse 12,500 miles of state-designated trails, 2,600 miles of rail trails, and a number of “transmission trails” that offer hikers, bikers, nature enthusiasts and others the opportunity to appreciate and enjoy nature. In recent years, ITC has partnered with urban communities where open space is at a premium to develop recreational trails in its transmission corridors.
ITC takes pride in being a good neighbor in our local communities. We work with communities to keep these transmission corridor trails clear of excessive vegetation that can overtake the trails and interfere with transmission lines, ensuring area residents are able to enjoy the natural beauty of the trails and continue receiving safe and reliable power. Visit MICHIGAN.GOV to find a trail near you!
WATCH EBW.TV to learn more about the trails.
The ITC Charitable Giving Program
The ITC Charitable Giving Program focuses on five key areas to help strengthen our communities and reflect the values of ITC. Those include education, environmental stewardship, social services, health & wellness and arts & culture.
Community Approach Links
- ITC SUPPORTS ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION
- ITC CHARITABLE GIVING HIGHLIGHTS
- CITY YEAR DETROIT: “SUNSHINE” IN DETROIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
- HOPE VILLAGE FREEDOM SCHOOL
- INSPIRING YOUNG ARTISTS IN KALAMAZOO COUNTY
- A HANDS-ON APPROACH TO STEM
- FARMING 101 FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ADULTS
- HELPING RESTORE A NATIONAL LANDMARK