Welcome to Lapeer Land Conservancy
Since 1994, Lapeer Land Conservancy (formerly known as Great Lakes Bioregional Land Conservancy) has been assisting landowners who do not want their property subdivided or developed, by advising them of alternatives.
We have formed partnerships with such organizations as Citizens for Farmland Preservation and Quality Growth, Michigan Environmental Council, Six Rivers Regional Land Conservancy, Land Trust Alliance, Flint River Watershed Coalition, Lapeer Conservation District, and Lapeer County Ag. Preservation Board in an effort to bring land preservation issues to the attention of the landowners, land use professionals, government officials, and the general public.
Lapeer Land Conservancy is a nonprofit 501(c)3
The Lapeer Land Conservancy is a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect farmland and natural spaces, support educational programs, and create a network of land stewardship demonstration properties throughout Lapeer County and surrounding areas.
Conservation easements are accepted if they meet the criteria for advancing our mission.
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The Lapeer Land Conservancy Annual Meeting was held on June 14, 2014 at the Sutherland Nature Center located at 3960 Diehl Rd, Hadley, Michigan 48455.
Our day began with members and
volunteers working together to mulch in and around the Wildflower garden and a scrumptious potluck lunch followed by our annual meeting. Welcome New Members! Special thanks to everyone for their support to the Sutherland Nature Center.
Lapeer Land Conservancy meetings are held bi-monthly. Join us at our next meeting on November 19, 2014 at 4:30 pm in the Willows Center located on the Chatfield School Campus. Jonathan Jarosz, Executive Director of Heart of the Lakes will be our speaker.
Visit the Calendar of Events for more meeting dates.
For more information about ways we can help you protect your property more