The Land Conservancy of West Michigan, formerly the Natural Areas Conservancy of West Michigan, was founded in 1976 by a dedicated group of volunteers who sought to protect West Michigan's natural landscape. Today, with a professional staff and office in Grand Rapids, the Land Conservancy is an independent, non-profit land trust and the only land trust solely dedicated to the permanent protection of important natural lands and open space in West Michigan. A broad coalition of local foundations, friends, neighbors and business people invest their time, talents and money to support our efforts to keep nature nearby. Volunteers continue to be a critical part of our organization. Please visit the Support Us page to learn how you can help by becoming a volunteer or a member.
To keep nature nearby, the Land Conservancy of West Michigan permanently protects natural and scenic lands. To date, the Land Conservancy has permanently protected more than 4,500 acres of West Michigan's forests, fields, wetlands and dunes in a service area that includes all or parts of Allegan, Kent, Ottawa, Newaygo, Muskegon, Oceana, Mason and Lake Counties.
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Contact Land Conservancy of West Michigan
Land Protection Director
1345 Monroe Avenue NW
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49505-4693 Phone:
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