Wisconsin Land Trust Days

Helps promote and connect people all over the state with fun, local events and activities hosted by land trusts.  Beginning August 10th and culminating with Gathering Waters’ Land Conservation Leadership Awards Celebration on September 20th, this will be one of the biggest collaborations of land trusts in the country. Enroll your land trust by June 1st!

Wisconsin Land Trust Days leverages the statewide voice of Gathering Waters to promote fun, local events hosted by land trusts. We have invested in a statewide branding and marketing effort to promote local events and activities hosted by land trusts, starting Friday, August 10th, and culminating on Thursday, September 19th with Gathering Waters’ Land Conservation Leadership Awards Celebration.

In a nutshell:

  • All enrolled land trust events or activities taking place on and between August 10th and September 19th throughout Wisconsin will be promoted statewide by Gathering Waters, as part of “Wisconsin Land Trust Days”
  • The event(s) will still be yours and you will still market them and run them as your own—but also as part of something bigger; something that demonstrates how land trusts provide opportunities to #HaveFunOutside—and so much more, throughout the entire state
  • By participating, you will gain exposure to new audiences; the impact of your work will be amplified statewide, providing opportunities to grow your membership and increase community support

Register today:

Add your land trust’s event to the Land Trust Days calendar by filling out the form here, and let us know what kind of promotional materials you'd like to receive. There is no cost to participate in the program, and the deadline to receive promotional materials is June 1, 2018.

To qualify:

  1. Your land trust must be a current member of Gathering Waters
  2. You must include Wisconsin Land Trust Days branding on all event(s) marketing and promotion materials
  3. Your event(s) must be open to the public and take place this year, on or between August 10th and September 19th

If you have any questions, please contact our Communications Specialist, Pat McMurtrie

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