When it comes to helping people protect, enjoy and care for nature in West Michigan, LCWM’s staff make it all happen. This post is part of a series of interviews to help you get to know our team members!
The Land Conservancy of West Michigan would not be the organization it is today without April Scholtz, who retires this spring after a nearly 30-year tenure as its Land Protection Director.
April was the Land Conservancy’s first and longest-serving employee. She was hired as LCWM's first
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.