Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy

The Conservancy is a 501(c)3 non-profit fully accredited organization with our own by-laws, policies, board, budget and staff.  We focus our land conservation efforts to permanently protect crucial wildlife habitat and corridors; critical watersheds, which protect the water quality of our region; unique high-quality farm lands; valuable forestland; and ecologically significant dunes along Lake Michigan’s beautiful and endangered shore. We protect land in several ways:

  • By working with landowners to permanently protect private land through voluntary conservation easements
  • By acquiring high quality natural lands by purchase or donation to create Conservancy owned nature preserves which are open to the public
  • By assisting local units of government in creating or expanding public parks and natural areas that result in enhanced public access to nature and improved recreational opportunities
  • By providing technical assistance to local units of government with the administration of farmland protection programs

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Contact Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy

3860 North Long Lake Rd
Suite D
Traverse City, Michigan  49684
Phone: (231) 929-7911
Fax: (231) 929-0433


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Antrim County, Michigan
  • Benzie County, Michigan
  • Grand Traverse County, Michigan
  • Kalkaska County, Michigan
  • Manistee County, Michigan

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