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.
Please call 810-664-5647 or send an email to email@example.com
Our Annual Meeting was held at the Tibbits Nature Center June 22, 2013
East of the Village of Columbiaville, MI
The Klam Road Wetlands have been expanded by a recent gift of 42 acres along Columbiaville Road. The combined properties are now known as the Tibbits Nature Sanctuary and Land Stewardship Center and are open for public use. Mowed trails take visitors around mature spruce forests, younger mixed conifer and hardwood stands, a small lake, two native grass plantings, a wetland and on to an adjacent, privately owned part of the nature sanctuary. If you would like to visit the Tibbits Nature Sanctuary or help with projects please call Clark at 810-793-5303
Lapeer Land Conservancy meetings are held bi-monthly.
Look at our
Calendar of Events
for more meeting dates.
For more information about ways we can help you protect your property click here.