Heart of the Lakes, the statewide association of Michigan’s land conservancies and other nonprofits dedicated to land and water conservation, released its Annual Protected Lands Survey earlier this month. Legacy Land Conservancy participated in the survey as a member of Heart of the Lakes. Findings from the survey show that 27 land conservancies helped protect […]
This article, originally from Organic Life Magazine, features the Trumpey family, who farm on Legacy-protected land! Please click here to read their story and the stories of several other families.
The staff at Legacy Land Conservancy would like to express our deep appreciation for our Development Director Susan Cooley, who is retiring this week. Susan has served as Legacy’s Development Director for the past five years. Prior to working for Legacy, she owned her own Advertising and Public Relations agency in Miami, Florida and worked […]
Legacy Land Conservancy has set a goal of protecting 25,000 acres of the most important lands in Washtenaw and Jackson Counties. This “Emerald Arc” extends from Pinckney State Recreation Area on the north, to Hayes State Park on the south. It includes portions of the Huron, Raisin, Grand, and Kalamazoo rivers. Both sides of the […]