Being an accredited land trust, means that we adhere to the highest and best standards and practices throughout our organization, especially our lands program.
The Wolf River watershed contains 522,000 acres, of which Wolf River Conservancy has helped to protect roughly 3.5%, equaling nearly 19,000 acres – primarily comprised of floodplain and wetland habitats. We are actively seeking willing landowners to protect more land along the Wolf River and major tributary creeks and adjacent to other conservation lands.
Landowners often have a deep connection to their land and are aware of the gifts undeveloped properties provide their communities: clear air, water, food, fiber, wildlife habitat aquifer recharge and scenic beauty. As a nationally accredited land trust, Wolf River Conservancy follows the highest standards and practices and is well equipped to help landowners develop a plan to protect their lands and leave a legacy for their families.
There are several options for landowners who are interested in protecting their land, including (but not limited to):
If you are interested in learning more, or have questions about the land conservation process, please contact Ryan Hall, our Director of Land Conservation.