Michigan's farmland and natural areas are being consumed by development at an alarming rate, and without much consideration for the impact on quality of life or the environment. Since 1994 Lapeer Land Conservancy, formally known as the Great Lakes Bioreginal Land Conservancy, has been assisting landowners who do not want their property subdivided or developed by advising them of alternatives. Properties are accepted by donation and can have conservation easements for permanent protection.
In partnership with Lapeer County Parks and Friends of the Polly Ann Trail, Lapeer Land Conservancy members and volunteers completed the first of 3 bridges to provide access from the General Squire park to the Polly Ann Trail and the Risman Refuge, a LLC property.
Lapeer Land Conservancy meetings are held bi-monthly. Our meetings are held at the the Willows Center located on the Chatfield School Campus.
Visit the Calendar of Events for more meeting dates.
Lapeer Land Conservancy is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization.