Auction Starts for Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve

The Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve will be hosting an online auction from March 9 to March 23. It will feature unique items, locally made goods, and fun experiences. View the auction at:

Featured items include a photograph of Miner’s Castle that is printed on aluminum and measures 3.5 by 4 feet in size. It was donated by Doug Loman. The photo features Miners Castle at the setting of a full moon while the sun is rising behind the photographer.The piece is on display at Zero Degrees Artist Gallery in Marquette.

Bidding starts at 10am on March 9 and ends at 10pm on March 23 during the organization’s Spring Benefit Concert. The concert will feature Legacy’s Universe and will be held at the UpFront and Co. Banquet Room in Marquette.

The concert will start at 7:30pm and a $10 donation at the door is suggested. Auction items will be displayed at the event and will be open to live bidding, in addition to online bidding. All bidding will end at At 10pm.

All proceeds from the auction and concert will go toward the preservation of the Yellow Dog and Salmon-Trout Rivers. For more information, visit or call 906-345-9223.

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