Washtenaw Land Trust is now Legacy Land Conservancy
The Legacy Land Conservancy (formerly Washtenaw Land Trust) protects the forests, fields, wetlands, and rivers of southern Michigan. Serving Washtenaw and Jackson counties, the Conservancy’s mission is to protect local nature and farmland, today and forever.
Nationally recognized for conservation excellence, the Conservancy is among the first conservancies nationwide to be awarded accreditation by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission.
The Legacy Land Conservancy is making big plans! The Conservancy has helped protect over 3,500 acres, and has a goal of protecting 25,000 acres within the next twenty years. Nature and open space is important to us all – for clean air, clean water, and wildlife habitat, for relaxation and recreation, for growing fresh healthy food, and more. The Conservancy works to spread this message through outreach and education, offering many events throughout the year to celebrate, learn about, and enjoy protected lands in our community.
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Contact Legacy Land Conservancy
Communications & Engagement Coordinator
1100 N Main St
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104-1059 Phone:
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