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What We Protect

Natural Heritage Land Trust works in several areas of the Dane County region and each landscape has its own reasons about why it is important to protect. From the high quality soils and great fishing of the Black Earth Creek valley to the noteworthy bird habitat and accessible outdoor classroom of Patrick Marsh, every place has its own story.  

Click on the links below to learn more about some of the places where the Land Trust is working. Click here for a list of all lands we have permanently protected.

Black Earth Creek Valley
Have you ever fished at Black Earth Creek? The amazing…

Patrick Marsh
So much done, so much yet to do…

Town of Dunn
Learn what is possible when a town has a land ethic…

Westport Drumlin, part of the Empire Prairies State Natural Area
Take a walk into Wisconsin’s glacial past… 



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