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We save nature & you can too

Safeguarding Michigan's natural beauty and the conservation values of our most important lands since 1972



Land conservancies, also known as land trusts, are community-based, nonprofit organizations dedicated to the permanent protection and stewardship of natural and working lands for the public good.



Find links to environmental education within our community, news and DIY section. 

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How Do I Get Involved?

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”  –Anne Frank

Donate Land or funds

Become part of our growing team-

  • Restore protected property

  • Repair & maintenance of public spaces

  • Seed collection and distribution

  • Office work/home work



50 Years of Conservation - So Many Stories to Tell

Give the Gift of Conservation 

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Night Hike

Wedneday May 24


Join  Blue Heron Headwaters, an unique opportunity to tour the Voorheis-Beardsley Nature Trail under a night sky. We will be observing and identifying nocturnal insects using a moth attractor.

9pm -10pm

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Plant Sale!

June 3rd

More than 50 species available

Type: Fundraiser

10am - 4pm

Neiman's Family Market Parking Lot

7121 Dixie Hwy, Clarkston

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