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Located in central Michigan between the communities of St. Johns and Fowler, we are a rural township comprised mostly of farmland. Major crops include corn, soybeans, wheat, and mint (Clinton County is the third largest mint-producer in the United States). Several family-owed dairy farms and commercial enterprises also make their home here.
The township hall is located at 6586 West M-21, the geographic center of the Township. The 2010 structure hosts elections and monthly board meetings and the meeting room along with the kitchen is available to rent out.
Population: 1188(2010 Census)
Land Area: 36 square miles
Agricultural Land: 21,265 Acres
Residential: 1,428 Acres
Commercial: 114 Acres
Public/Semi-Public Lands: 8 Acres
Total of all Roads: 61.75 miles
Asphalt Roads: 12.16 miles
Local gravel roads: 49.59 miles