in West Michigan
Our StoryAt the Land Conservancy of West Michigan, we work to keep nature nearby and help people protect, enjoy, and care for natural land in West Michigan. We conserve land by creating public nature preserves, providing support to governments creating natural areas, and helping private landowners protect their own land. We also institute stewardship initiatives to care for the land and provide educational opportunities through workshops and field trips. Learn more.
Combine your natural resources and conservation experience, volunteer coordination and passion for the out-of-doors to make a difference in the West Michigan. The Stewardship Coordinator provides overall direction for stewardship on 16 nature preserves, volunteer coordination, and outreach. This includes preparing and implementing management plans, coordinating work on the preserves, recruiting, training and supervising volunteers,…
The Land Conservancy of West Michigan announces that restoration work at Mt. Baldhead in Saugatuck, Michigan will begin on or about February 1 (weather dependent). Restoration and Reforestation A tree service firm has been hired by the Land Conservancy to cut down the dead trees on Mt. Baldhead that pose a potential hazard to…
From December 14, 2013 to January 14, 2014, we held our second annual Holiday Hike Challenge. This family-friendly event was intended to encourage people to get outside and spend some time in nature during the holiday season. At 12 of our nature preserves, we selected one tree and decorated it with a big red bow….
- Preserve Steward Informational Session 06:00 PM
- Preserve Steward Informational Session 10:00 AM
- Ecological Assessment Training 09:00 AM