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Conservation where you live

We protect natural areas, rivers and streams, wildlife habitat, and working farms.

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10/31/2014 - Over a Mile of Yahara River Frontage Protected

9/5/2014 - Muir Legacy in Wisconsin Further Protected

8/15/2014 - Support NHLT Through EarthShare Wisconsin

8/1/2014 - Direct Thrivent Choice Dollars Here

7/14/2014 - Public comment now open on NHLT’s application for accreditation

4/30/2014 - 161-acre Conservation Easement Around Historic House

12/20/2013 - Final piece of land acquired to complete trail

12/18/2013 - 47-acre Wisconsin River Bluff Protected

12/9/2013 - 189-Acre Jefferson County Farm Permanently Protected

11/14/2013 - Students to plant acres of prairie at Patrick Marsh

5/1/2013 - 2.5 miles of Sugar River Protected

1/30/2013 - 36 Acres Protected on Sugar River

12/28/2012 - Permanent Protection of More Lake Waubesa Shoreline

12/20/2012 - 80-acre Farm Permanently Protected on the North Shore of Hook Lake

12/13/2012 - Another ~200 Acres Protected at Avon Bottoms Wildlife Area

12/6/2012 - 6 Acres Added to Cherokee Marsh Park

11/8/2012 - Partner project with Operation Fresh Start thanks to grant from MCF

11/7/2012 - 178-Acre Black Earth Farm Permanently Protected

9/26/2012 - Over One Mile of Black Earth Creek Permanently Protected

8/03/2012 - 166-acre Working Farm Protected with an Agricultural Conservation Easement in Town of Windsor

7/03/2012 - 277-acre Fountain Prairie Farms Protected with an Agricultural Conservation Easement

4/24/2012 - 16 Acres Protected at Allen Creek Wetlands State Natural Area

3/7/2012 - Remaining 10 Acres Preserved at Amey Pond Refuge

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