When you join today, you’ll help us achieve lasting results for nature and all who depend on it.
You Can Help
As HeadWaters Land Conservancy continues to protect the beautiful lands that define our region, there arises a need to build upon earlier land protection achievements and ensure a rich legacy, to build for today’s needs as well as tomorrow’s. Your support will allow HeadWaters Land Conservancy to continue protecting northern Michigan’s lands and rivers.
A contribution of $50 or more ($15 for students) per year makes you a member of HeadWaters Land Conservancy. It may not seem like a lot, but there’s power in numbers.
Your participation as a member of HWLC is vital to the future preservation of the northeast Michigan’s most treasured lands. Membership support helps to cover the Conservancy’s stewardship program and community outreach expenses and allows HWLC to accomplish these important activities:
- Work with owners of significant tracts of land to encourage them to protect their land
- Coordinate volunteers who conduct site visits on our protected lands and easements, build trails, and serve as guides for our outings
- Inventory each county in the region and work for the protection of those properties with significant natural resource features
- Raise awareness of land conservation issues among the general public and our membership family
Members receive our newsletter and are invited to special events and celebrations on some of our most beautiful protected sites. Members also receive regular updates on important conservation and land preservation issues facing communities throughout our eleven-county region. Through attendance at our events, members have the opportunity to meet hundreds of like-minded citizens who are truly interested in preserving and protecting our region’s precious land resources. (By the way, memberships make great gifts for friends who care about the environment!)
Donations to HeadWaters Land Conservancy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.