Now until the end of the year all qualifying donations will be matched 2-1. That means that if you donate $500.00, the J.A. Woollam Foundation will donate $1000 to match! That’s $1,500 that will help us protect land and water in northeast Michigan forever.
As partners conserving our natural resources we are grateful for the work of Anglers of the Au Sable and this amazing victory.
Check out our progress so far on the boardwalk at the Sturgeon River Preserve. Big thanks to our Volunteers and our Donors, Home Depot and the Otsego County Community Foundation. Still a lot of work ahead of us but happy with the progress.
Did you forget something important? We’ve all done it before – remembered to do something only to find out it’s too late! Like having your donation matched by the J. A. Woollam Foundation $50,000 grant.
Well, we met and then exceeded our goal because lots of folks gave early and very generously! Now here’s the GREAT news for all you procrastinators out there. Because we have once again exceeded expectations, the match grant has been increased to a NEW, highest-ever amount of $70,000!
YOU are the reason this happened. YOU are the reason we are able to protect and preserve so many special places in northeast Michigan! YOUR partnership is why there can still be an “Up North” we all love!
Thanks to you and the J.A. Woollam Foundation for making 2018 our best year so far!
Thank you to everyone who donated to the J.A. Woollam Match Grant. We had an original match of $45,000 and met that goal very quickly. Then John Woollam “upped” the match to $60,000 and again we were able to reach that goal for the match.
The J.A. Woollam match grant is very important to HeadWaters Land Conservancy. Thank you John Woollam, Together We Save Land Forever!
August 26, 2017 was a wonderful day to be a clay shooter at the 5th Annual Hotshots for HeadWaters Fundraiser.
The weather was beautiful and the shish kebab lunch was fantastic. The Lewis class scoring was used for the first time with three winners: Jerry Boron, Jim Supina and Bob Morgner.
All proceeds from this annual event will go towards the HeadWaters Land Conservancy mission of “protecting the diversity and beauty of northeast Michigan”.
Thank you to all the great sponsors, shooters and volunteers. See you again in 2018!
HeadWaters Land Conservancy was the sponsor at the recent Gaylord Chamber of Commerce Good Morning Gaylord held at the Otsego Grand Event Center.
With about 40 people in attendance, Laura Justin-Executive Director, showed a very inspirational video of land conservation from a Conservation Easement owner’s perspective. Laura also explained what a Land Conservancy is and what we have accomplished in the 11 counties of northeast Michigan that we cover.
So exciting to share the story of HeadWaters Land Conservancy!