We moved our office!

UPLC moved our office to 2208 US Highway 41 S, Marquette, MI 49855-9119, but our phone number remain the same (906) 225-8067. We are located in the HES, Home Evaluation Services building (former Boy Scout office) near Harvey..

The building is in the same complex with the Chocolay ACE Hardware store, at the opposite end of the connected parking areas. You can use any of the three driveway entrances. Note: Online mapping programs do not locate the office very well, but It is on the opposite side of the the highway near the Marquette MDOT Welcome Center. (And, in case you were wondering, the photo below was NOT taken in February!)

New Office Location


Match Grant close, but not yet complete

 

We made it just past $10,000 by the time of our Annual Meeting, so fell a bit short of our goal, but we are still hoping to fulfil the 2:1 match grant challenge. As soon as we can demonstrate that we have raised $15,000, we will receive the $30,000 we have been offered to help grow and improve our conservancy.

We hope you will consider becoming a new or renewing member in 2014 or sending a one-time donation to help us meet the challenge. Each and every new member or donation, no matter how big or small, brings us closer!!

 

Gift memberships, tributes, memorials or ongoing support will also qualify. If you prefer, you could send a check to U.P. Land Conservancy to our new address, 2208 US 41 South, Marquette, MI 49855


Spring MonitoringCan you help us protect U.P. land?

Landowners:

If you or your family own land here in the U.P., consider establishing an easement or donating some land for a preserve.

Non-landowners:

If you simply enjoy the environment of the Upper Peninsula and believe in our aims of permanent stewardship, you can become a member of UPLC or contribute in other ways.

Together we can do it.

UPLC is qualified under state law to own land to establish nature preserves, as well as hold conservation easements. We currently protect 3100 acres of land in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula through conservation easements and land donations.

Established in 1999 as the Central Lake Superior Land Conservancy, the U. P. Land Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) organization.


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