The Fall-Winter 2018 Newsletter is hot off the presses!

Our most recent newsletter has just been published! In this issue, read all about our exciting new status as a Land Trust Alliance (LTA) accredited organization, our summer improvements to two of our Marquette-area Preserve trail networks, and our plans for the future both near and far. Click the link above to view or download the newsletter.

Our newsletter also honors everyone who donated to our mission in 2018 - we have so many incredible donors that their list of names takes up an entire page! If you would like to help our cause and see your name included on this list in upcoming 2019 newsletters, donating is easy! Simply click the button below to go to our custom PayPal page and enter the donation amount of your choice. 

If you would like further information about donating to UPLC, we have multiple pages on our website under the Giving tab above. Information includes a general information page and our annual campaign called Adopt an Acre, which can be found on the Worth of an Acre page. 


UPLC is making headlines!

Upper Peninsula Land Conservancy is an integral part of natural ecosystem protection in the Upper Peninsula, but did you know that there are a total of 26 land conservancy organizations in Michigan? This conservation network protects over 630,000 acres in Michigan! UPLC and other land conservancies have been making waves in the journalism community recently, both locally and state-wide, for our ongoing mission and local projects such as the proposed Dead River Community Forest. Check out articles about UPLC in the Mining Journal here and here, as well as in the Charlevoix Courier here. Superior Watershed Partnership and Land Trust, another land conservancy organization that operates in our neck of the woods, has recently made the news for their acquisition of two new conservation properties on the coast. Read about it here!


We're now on Instagram!

Check out beautiful hidden corners of UPLC properties with photos captured by our employees and volunteers by following us on Instagram (link below). Tag your own photos of UPLC lands with #uplc or #uplandconservancy to show your support!