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Volunteers breaking ground at Platte River Park

Honor Area Restoration Project

Revitalizing Honor, Michigan
for generations to come.

Reflecting on our past, embracing the future, and celebrate Honor’s unique place in the world.

About Us

Honor Area Restoration Project (HARP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit formed to support the revitalization of the greater Honor, Michigan area. Our organization supports community conservation projects where everyone wins. HARP is a citizen-led group that hopes to turn Honor into a destination rather than another place to pass through on the way to Beulah or Frankfort. A big part of HARP’s plan is to showcase the beautiful Platte, an excellent fishing stream.

Latest News

Updates from our Board of Directors

Our Partners

Homestead Township, Village of Honor, Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Great Lakes Fisheries Trust, Traverse City Rotary Charities, Platte Lake Improvement Association, Herbert H. and Barbara C. Dow Foundation, Honor Bank, Manistee Community Foundation, Cooperteen Foundation, Traverse Area Association of Realtors, Grand Traverse Band of Chippewa and Ottawa Indians, EcoCorps SEEDS Ecology and Education Centers

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