Stewardship Tag

Stewardship Workday at The Highlands (Second Saturday)

Join us for a native plant seeding at The Highlands! Help us transform 25 acres of this former golf course into a vibrant natural landscape.  About Second Saturday Events The Land Conservancy’s 16 nature preserves contain an incredible diversity of natural features including prairies, forests, and wetlands...

Stewardship Workday at Saul Lake Bog (Second Saturday)

Help us collect seed so we can continue to expand the prairie at Saul Lake Bog and implement planting projects on other LCWM properties. Without the help of volunteers, we would not be able to collect nearly enough native seeds to complete all of our...

Stewardship Workday at Saul Lake Bog (Second Saturday)

Help us collect seed so we can continue to expand the prairie at Saul Lake Bog and implement planting projects on other LCWM properties. Without the help of volunteers, we would not be able to collect nearly enough native seeds to complete all of our...

Stewardship Workday at The Highlands (Second Saturday)

Help us install bird boxes and plant native plants in and around the new wetlands at The Highlands. About Second Saturday Events The Land Conservancy’s 16 nature preserves contain an incredible diversity of natural features including prairies, forests, and wetlands that are great places to explore. However, invasive...

Stewardship Workday at Flower Creek Dunes (Second Saturday)

Join us at Flower Creek Dunes Nature Preserve to remove invasive shrubs and spend some time in a scenic lakeshore locale.  About Second Saturday Events The Land Conservancy’s 16 nature preserves contain an incredible diversity of natural features including prairies, forests, and wetlands that are great places...

2018 Year in Review

As 2018 comes to a close, we look back on another whirlwind year. We added conservation agreements, helped with a major public acquisition, said goodbye to a few of our longtime staff and welcomed new staff, and we continue to be driven by a growing...

Overcoming Oak Wilt

It was confirmed: oak wilt had claimed the lives almost all the red and black oaks across this section of woods. Oak wilt is a disease caused by the non-native fungus Ceratocystis fagacearum, and is lethal to oak trees. But as devastating as oak wilt...

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