Join UPLC this weekend at the Fresh Coast Film Festival! Two short teaser videos about our proposed Dead River Community Forest project will be screened. For times and locations, please check out these links: "Building a Sense of Place", about potential biking opportunities, and "Dead River Community Forest", with an overview by our very own Assistant Director Chris Burnett. 

The Upper Peninsula Land Conservancy (UPLC) has been working since 1999 to conserve and protect the land of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. We aim to promote healthy natural ecosystems - including clean water, wildlife habitat, and recreation opportunities - for generations to come. With the help of volunteers, partnering organizations, and donors like you, we currently protect more than 6,000 acres in the Upper Peninsula! Our properties include 10 dedicated Preserves, 24 experimental working forest Reserves, and 21 Conservation Easements with private land owners and partnering organizations. Read on to discover more about our properties and opportunities to get involved with our cause.

Conservation Land for Sale! 

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!