King & MacGregor Environmental and Ecological Consulting Services


Timber Shores Residential Development

Natural Resources Consulting


KME has provided natural resources consulting for a diverse array of activities associated with the 450-acre Timber Shores re-development project. The project is a proposed 500-unit planned unit development on Grand Traverse Bay just south of Northport, Michigan. It is located on land that was once one of the largest recreational vehicle campgrounds in the Midwest. KME has helped guide the proposed re-development project with a goal of minimizing natural resource impacts. This was accomplished by carefully assessing important terrestrial and aquatic habitat and then minimizing the development disturbance by utilizing existing roads and building locations, and by taking other measures to protect on-site natural resources.

Project Highlights

  • Wetland delineation, wetland mitigation and pond designs

  • Trout stream (a tributary to Lake Michigan) assessment and monitoring

  • Wildlife habitat assessments

  • Threatened/endangered species surveys - Indiana bat habitat assessment

  • Hydrologic assessments

  • Development of natural resources management plans

  • Coordinated with Leelanau Township and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) as a member of a diverse project consulting team for approval of permits

Project Information

Client: NM Investment Company
Location: Leelanau County, Michigan



Aerial view of a portion of Timber Shores redevelopment site


Fish electroshocking survey of Ennis Creek, a high-quality trout stream that flows through the property and enters Grand Traverse Bay.


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