Become a Member

Your participation as a member of HWLC is vital to the future preservation of the northeast Michigan’s most treasured lands. Your support will allow HeadWaters Land Conservancy to continue protecting northern Michigan’s lands and rivers.

Volunteer

  Volunteers are vital to the success of HeadWaters Land Conservancy, and they are involved in almost every aspect of the work we do. If you are interested in offering your knowledge and skills in any capacity to help protect…

Landowner Info

Across America, thousands of people are determined to conserve the places they value. Landowners have a deep connection to their land and know the gifts undeveloped properties provide their communities: clean air and water, fresh food, wildlife habitat, and sheer…

News

1st Annual Earth Day Recycling Fair

We celebrated Earth Day by having a Recycling Fair on Saturday, April 22nd at Jay’s Sporting Goods in Gaylord Michigan. Area youth constructed useful items from re-purposed and/or recycled items. Over 70 fantastic exhibits were displayed. Salvation Army, Habitat Restore…

With Every Eligible Purchase You Make, Amazon Will Donate 0.5% to HWLC

We’re excited to announce that HeadWaters Land Conservancy is now an AmazonSmile participant! AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support the conservancy every time you shop at Amazon, at no cost to you.

Double Your Dollars Challenge

Make the most of your donation to HeadWaters Land Conservancy.

Our Land, Our Water, Our Future

Join HWLC as we unveil our newest nature preserve and community conservation area.

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Bringing the Outdoors In: Wildlife Exhibit

Do you or someone you know have a wildlife artifact that they would like to donate to HeadWaters Land Conservancy? HWLC is curating a wildlife exhibit that showcases the wildlife that call northern Michigan home.

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Protecting the Great Au Sable River

Introducing our 81st Conservation Easement Conservation easements are one of the most powerful, effective tools available for the permanent conservation of private lands in the United States. The use of conservation easements has successfully protected millions of acres of wildlife…

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