Outdoor adventure meets environmental monitoring

Emma Bode and Muy Lim went rock climbing in Thailand over Christmas. While they were there, they collected water samples for the nonprofit Adventure Scientists' Global Microplastics Project.

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Muy Lim enjoys the view of the Andaman Sea while climbing. / Photo by Emma Bode
June 06, 2017
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Veterans build universal access trail

When the Anderson Woods Nature Preserve opened near Lake Michigan, the dedication ceremony was a perfect reflection of the project — and the community as a whole.

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Photo courtesy of Land Conservancy of West Michigan
June 05, 2017
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Mark your calendar for World Environment Day

Are you ready to celebrate? I hope so, because this year Canada is hosting World Environment Day on June 5 with UN Environment and it is going to be fun!

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Photo courtesy of Nature Conservancy of Canada

What accreditation has done for us

Achieving accreditation assures both our easement and financial donors of our integrity, professionalism and capacity.

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The June 2012 25th anniversary event held by Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust. / Photo courtesy of Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust

An island escape in Ohio

Those seeking a quiet refuge on the picturesque Lake Erie Islands may choose Middle Bass Island East Point Preserve — conserved in part by funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. 

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Lake Erie shoreline on the preserve/Photo courtesy of the accredited Black Swamp Conservancy in Ohio

Trading hiking boots for suits

Land trust staff are fantastic at building relationships — with landowners, stakeholders and elected officials, among others — to protect land in their service areas.

May 11, 2017
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May flowers

The old expression "April showers bring May flowers" doesn't just apply to the springtime calendar. It also rings true for land trust accreditation. 

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Photo by Valerie Roof

Connecting the world's tallest trees

The Berry Glen Trail property may be small in size, but its impact is large.

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Photo by Paolo Vescia

Capital of the Powhatan chiefdom conserved

Werowocomoco, the capital of the Powhatan chiefdom and one of the most significant Native American sites in North America, now has another honor designated to its name: conserved forever.

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Photo by John Henley

U.S. Interior Secretary speaks at Advocacy Days

The importance of trust. The value of good land management. And the continuing inspiration of Teddy Roosevelt. 

May 04, 2017
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