In preparation for this newsletter, I have been ruminating on the duality of fire. I am in awe of the two faces of this elemental wonder. It has the capacity to bring life back to depleted landscapes and, when left untended, the ability to consume
Over 50 percent of Michigan’s forests, savannas, and barrens are in private ownership. That means ensuring they are protected and restored depends on conservation-minded landowners and support from organizations like the Land Conservancy.
This fall's newsletter is centered around all the ways land conservation supports the quality of our watersheds. In this issue, you'll read about the Land Conservancy's strategy for protecting West Michigan's Big Forests & Wild Rivers, a project to daylight an underground stream at The
The Land Conservancy of West Michigan’s Strategic Conservation Plan identifies three regions where we will focus conservation efforts. In this article, we explore the Big Forests & Wild Rivers region in a Q&A with LCWM Conservation Easement Stewardship Specialist Nick Sanchez.
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