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Success Story Seven Generation Family Farm Protected
IN - Mark and Rebecca Ewing have ensured protection of their land, the sixth-oldest family farm in the state, with a conservation easement with Sycamore Land Trust.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story Keeping a Forest Good: One Family's Commitment to Trees & Tradition
MI - Bourke Lodewyk admits that he thoroughly enjoys caring for the forest of his family’s large Maple River Township property. “I’m a firm believer that a forest should be properly managed...and should be used,” Bourke said.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story Ozark Farm Forever
MO - The Boettcher family donates a conservation easement on a 1,550 acre farm to Ozark Regional Land Trust.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story An Attitude of Respect
MI - Lois Ann and Larry Reed honor a lifetime of love of the land by donating a conservation easement that will ensure 110 acres along Pigeon River remains undivided and natural.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story A joint effort: Nebraska landowners come together to save Schramm Bluffs
NE - Development in the Omaha metro area could fragment historically and ecologically rich land, but a group of landowners are doing their part to make sure that this land stays intact.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story A Model for Conservation
Dana Livingston started simple. Soon after moving to Dubuque in 1995, he began volunteering his time to restore a local natural area – and then others. He served on a couple of conservation committees – and then many more. Three years ago, Dana and local partners launched Future Talk, an innovative program that helps inner-city youth experience and protect nature.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
Success Story Misty Valley Farm: A Place to Call Home
WI- As a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee geography professor, Paul Lydolph shared his love of the land with his students. And now as the owner of Misty Valley Farm, he and his wife Mary can share the benefits of a permanently conserved farm with neighbors, family and friends in Sheboygan County.
Located in Land Trusts / Midwest Success Stories
December 19, 2013 | Land Trust Accreditation Commission | Saratoga Springs, NY
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November 16, 2011 | USA Today
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January 31, 2014 | Interlochen Public Radio | MI
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