Spring MonitoringVolunteer Opportunity

We will be clearing trails at the Debelak Preserve near Traunik. Saturday, September 20, 2014
9 A.M. till mid-afternoon.

Work with us at this 320-acre experimental forestry property. We will carpool from the UPLC office at 2208 US-41 South, near Ace Hardware in Harvey.

Bring lunch and hand pruning tools. Dress for the weather!

Please email or phone (906-225-8067) our office to tell us that you want to come. Thanks!


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By making a donation, you can join us as a new or renewing member this 2014 monitoring season. As a member you are invited to come with us when we monitor some easements and preserves.

Please email or phone (906-225-8067) our office to let us know of your interest in monitoring.. We can take you with us to some very special and beautiful locations in the Upper Peninsula.


Ford RiverCan 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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