1 township is ~23,040.09 acres.
Boardman Township's area is 23,328 acres.
One section = 640 acres One township = 36 sections Therefore one township represents 23,040 acres
I own a boat on Lake Michigan, and am certainly a "numbers guy." Lake Michigan and lakes of this size are so huge that they are measured not in acres, but typically in square miles. The Lake is 22,400 square miles which translates to 14,336,000 acreas of surface area. 5th largest lake in the world.
How many acres do you need to own a horse in Raisinville Township, Monroe Michigan
There are 23,040 acres in a theoretical township. A theoretical township is 6 miles square, containing 36 sections, 1 mile square, of 640 acres each.