The Ford Center

The Ford Center is located in the heart of the extensive hardwood and jack pine forests of the beautiful western Upper Peninsula of Michigan. In 1954 the Ford Motor Company donated 1700 acres, which included the historic village of Alberta, to Michigan Tech. Today the Center occupoes 5,500 acres and consists of a conference center, research forest, the historic village of Alberta, and a sawmill museum.

21235 Alberta Avenue, L'anse, MI 49946

Place Type

Research

Website

mtu.edu

Upcoming Events

Contemplative Forest Art Walk

Michigan Technological University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department and the Ford Center are pleased to host the Contemplative Forest Art Walk, a contemplative art trail experience by Anne...

8/19 7 am
Contemplative Forest Art Walk

Michigan Technological University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department and the Ford Center are pleased to host the Contemplative Forest Art Walk, a contemplative art trail experience by Anne...

8/26 7 am
Contemplative Forest Art Walk

Michigan Technological University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department and the Ford Center are pleased to host the Contemplative Forest Art Walk, a contemplative art trail experience by Anne...

9/2 7 am
Contemplative Forest Art Walk

Michigan Technological University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department and the Ford Center are pleased to host the Contemplative Forest Art Walk, a contemplative art trail experience by Anne...

9/9 7 am
Contemplative Forest Art Walk

Michigan Technological University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department and the Ford Center are pleased to host the Contemplative Forest Art Walk, a contemplative art trail experience by Anne...

9/16 7 am

Recent Activity

The Ford Center

The Ford Center posted a photo 11/30/2016

The Ford Center

The Ford Center posted a photo 10/3/2016

The Ford Center

The Ford Center posted a photo 9/30/2016