A nonprofit organization protecting the natural
Welcome to the Livingston Land Conservancy! The Livingston Land Conservancy works with landowners and communities to protect unique natural areas and productive farmland within this southeastern Michigan county.
Please join us: Help us to protect this natural beauty by becoming a member of the Livingston Land Conservancy.
UPCOMING EVENTS in 2015
The 12th Annual Land on the Horizon will be held on Thursday, Sept. 10th from 7:00 - 10:00pm at the historic Howell Opera House, Howell, MI. Cost: $60/person.
There will be music, live and silent auctions, raffles, great food, and a cash bar. This is our main fundraiser of the year and is always a fun event for members, friends and the community. Please join us!
We are looking for additional sponsors as well as auction items to be donated for both the live and silent auctions. Please let us know if you are interested in being a sponsor or have any auction items. Thank you!
For more information call: (810) 229-3290.
Capital Campaign initiated to raise $10,000 to protect lands in the Huron River watershed within Livingston County. This will allow us to receive matching funds from a grant given to SEMIWILD to work on land associated with the Huron River across the entire SE MI region.
Be sure to visit the SEMI WILD to see the collaborative efforts of nine conservancies in SE Michigan.
New Location for Monthly Board of Directors
Meetings will be held on the second Monday of each month.
HERO Building (Old Hartland Twp. Hall)
3191 Hartland Rd.
Meetings start at 6:15pm
Conservancy Annual Meeting was held at the Brighton District Library on June 30th with naturalist, Beth Duman, presenting a talk on: "Coyotes in Southern MI: God's Dog or Suburban Devil". The Huron River Initiative and results of voting for Directors and changes to by-laws were also discussed.
Golf Outing - May 17th (Sun) at the Majestic Golf Course in Hartland. This was a best ball, 4-person scramble.
Hike and Bird Walk - Round Lake Nature Preserve, Hartland on April 18th (Sat). This was co-sponsored with the Huron Valley Audubon Society.
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