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Brownstone Trail Update

Brownstone Trail Update

​Traveling from the City of Bayfield to Port Superior, the Brownstone Trail is a popular trail among Bayfield residents and visitors. Landmark Conservancy helped establish the trail in 1996 in cooperation with private landowners who own sections of the trail. Landmark has enjoyed working with local community members for many years to maintain the trail and the natural habitat along the lakeshore. Many people are aware that a small section of the Brownstone Trail has been closed for ov […]

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Tyler Forks Project

Tyler Forks Project

26 November 2019 Landmark Conservancy Acquires Nearly 600 Acres Adjacent to Copper Falls State Park ​Landmark Conservancy has purchased nearly 600 acres adjacent to Copper Falls State Park. This acquisition will conserve ecologically unique lands and provide...

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2019 ‘Land Trust of the Year’ Award

2019 ‘Land Trust of the Year’ Award

We are honored to share that Landmark Conservancy has been recognized as the 2019 Land Trust of the Year by Gathering Waters, Wisconsin’s alliance for land trusts! The annual Land Conservation Leadership Awards recognize individuals and groups that “help protect the land, water, wildlife, and way of life that make Wisconsin special.”

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Wisconsin Conservation Groups Merge to Form Landmark Conservancy – The Chippewa Hearld

Wisconsin Conservation Groups Merge to Form Landmark Conservancy – The Chippewa Hearld

After two years of careful deliberation, two nationally accredited Wisconsin conservation organizations will merge to form one. West Wisconsin Land Trust and Bayfield Regional Conservancy have been longtime partners, working together to protect the western and northwestern region regions of the state. On July 30, both groups announced their collaboration under a new name, Landmark Conservancy.

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