About Land Trusts
Land Trusts are non-profit, non-governmental conservation organizations that actively work to protect natural resources through partnerships with private and public landowners. They are run by local people who have a shared passion for preserving their communities' natural heritage. In Wisconsin, there are nearly 50 land trusts. Together, they have permanently protected over 280,000 acres of the state's special places. Photo courtesy of B. Clay Shannon
Wisconsin's land trusts operate in almost every county throughout the state. This interactive map will help you find your local land trust.
Answers to common questions about voluntary, lasting land conservation.
Would you like to see you land forever protected? The information on these pages will introduce you to options for private, voluntary land conservation.
A listing of jobs in the Land Trust related fields.