Conserving Wisconsin’s natural legacy for everyone…forever.
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The Next Step
Learn more about protecting your land and legacy for future generations.
Learn more about our mission, vision and strategic plan.
What's a Land Trust?
Depending on your property and goals, you may choose to work with Landmark Conservancy to place a conservation easement on the property, sell or donate the property to the Landmark Conservancy, or work with Landmark to convey the property to a government agency or municipality for public use.
What is a Land Trust?
Land conservation, in all its forms, is essential to the health and beauty of Wisconsin. Land trusts are non-profit organizations that help protect land for public benefit. “Land trust” or “Conservancy” are terms used to describe the conservation organizations that own land, hold conservation easements and work in pursuit of permanent land protection.
What do Land Trusts protect?
How do Land Trusts work?
Who manages the Land Trust?
While some land trusts are volunteer-led, Landmark Conservancy is managed by a professional staff that adheres to national accreditation standards, and is overseen by a Board of Directors.
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Landmark Conservancy is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.