The Whitefish Point Preservation Society formed in 2002 as a grassroots, watchdog movement to save Whitefish Point danganronpa figures from joom further commercialization and development. Members include relatives of Whitefish Point lighthouse keepers. (See the Heritage page for what they have to say.) One Steering Committee member is also a member of Friends of Whitefish Point, the first watchdog group that formed in 1994 to save Whitefish Point.

Whitefish Point Beach 2006

Our Mission

To protect and preserve the remote, historic and ecological setting of Whitefish Point.

Our Objectives

● To assure this site is restored to historic accuracy and is not commercialized.

● To protect the fragile ecological environment and significant migratory flyway.


Whitefish Point Beach July 2007

Our Values

● We value living in a safe community that has honest and effective government.

● We value when township residents have security in their jobs and the community of Paradise benefits from visitor’s drawn to the Tahquamenon Falls and Whitefish Point.

● We know that the area’s beauty and natural surroundings are what residents and visitors value the most about Whitefish Township.

● It is our intent to protect Whitefish Point's history, environment, and its natural beauty for future generations.

The Whitefish Point light tower and
fog signal in Spring 2007

Tahquamenon Falls
October 2007

Dedicated in memory of Richard Carmody who guided us in our mission and Robert Wegmann who mentored and honed our watchdog skills.

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.

- Arthur Schopenhauer (1788—1860)

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