Find a Land Trust Near You

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Wisconsin’s land trusts operate in communities around the state. Their service areas range from a single watershed to a full county or multiple counties.  Select a county below to find a land trust working in your area.

If there are no land trusts listed for your county, select the "Statewide" button, which will show you the organizations that work throughout the state. 

If you would like to add your own land to the over 538,000 acres protected in the state, contact us or your local land trust.

Land Trusts

Baird Creek Preservation Foundation

P.O. Box 824
Green Bay, WI 54305-0824
Contact:
Holly Baseman, Executive Director
(920) 328-3505   execdirector@bairdcreek.org
Purpose:

Facilitate the preservation and restoration of the Baird Creek Watershed in order to enhance its value as an ecological, recreational, and educational resource for generations to come.

Baraboo Range Preservation Association

P.O. Box 205
Baraboo, WI 53913
Contact:
Todd Persche, Executive Director
(608) 355-7512   brange@baraboorange.org
Purpose:

Preserve and protect the qualities and cultures of the Baraboo Range through promotion of ecologically responsible land use, through collaboration with groups having similar goals, community education, and land protection projects.

Caledonia Conservancy

PO Box 044714
Racine, WI 53404-7015
Contact:
Suzi Zierten, Executive Director
Purpose:

The Caledonia Conservancy is committed to preserving land for the future. We connect people to nature education, improving the quality of life through public access to equestrian and recreational trails. We strive to build a sustainable community through stewardship, education and outreach partnerships with neighborhoods, schools, businesses and government.

Cedar Lakes Conservation Foundation

PO Box 347
West Bend, WI 53095
Contact:
Linda Mutschler, Executive Director
(262) 353-4866   AskCLCF@clcf.info
Purpose:

Protection of woodlands, wetlands, and open space in the watersheds of Big Cedar Lake, Little Cedar Lake, Cedar Creek, and surrounding lands of significance.

Chippewa County Land Conservancy

PO Box 884
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Contact:
Alison Sazama, President
Purpose:

To protect and preserve natural and scenic land in Chippewa County and the surrounding area.

Couderay Waters Regional Land Trust

PO Box 12097
Hayward, WI 54843
Contact:
Carol Heinrich, President
Purpose:

Permanently protect important natural resources in the Couderay River watershed area and neighboring watersheds, including natural, recreational or scenic value to current and future generations. 

Deer Lake Conservancy

PO Box 1139
St. Croix Falls, WI 54024
Contact:
Phillip Foussard, President
Purpose:

Preservation of Deer Lake and the surrounding land that contributes to the natural, scenic, recreational and productive value of the lake.

Door County Land Trust

PO Box 65
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Contact:
Tom Clay, Executive Director
(920) 746-1359    info@doorcountylandtrust.org
Purpose:

Protecting Door County's exceptional lands and waters forever!

Driftless Area Land Conservancy

PO Box 323
Dodgeville, WI 53533
Contact:
David Clutter, Executive Director
(608) 930-3252   dave@driftlessconservancy.org
Purpose:

Maintain and enhance the health, beauty and diversity of Southwest Wisconsin's natural and agricultural landscape through permanent land protection and restoration, and improve people's lives by connecting them to the land and to each other.

Drumlin Area Land Trust

W5016 Florine Lane
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
Contact:
Sue Marx, President
(262) 582-3020   info@drumlinarealandtrust.com
Purpose:

To preserve and restore the natural and agricultural heritage of the Drumlin Area through partnerships in land conservancy and resource management for the benefit of present and future generations.

Ducks Unlimited

4511 Helgesen Drive
Madison, WI 53718
Contact:
Brian Glenzinski, Regional Biologist - Wisconsin
(608) 221-1206, Ext. 12   bglenzinski@ducks.org
Purpose:

Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl, also benefiting other wildlife and people.

Gathering Waters: Wisconsin's Alliance for Land Trusts

211 S. Paterson St
Suite 270
Madison, WI 53703
Contact:
Mike Carlson, Executive Director
(608) 251-9131   info@gatheringwaters.org
Purpose:

Contact our office and we'll connect you with a Land Trust that can help you protect your land. 

Geneva Lake Conservancy

PO Box 588
Fontana, WI 53125
Contact:
Karen Yancey, Executive Director
(262) 275-5700   GLC@genevalakeconservancy.org
Purpose:

To protect the environmental character of the Geneva Lakes area. To promote responsible stewardship of the region's land and water resources.

Glacial Lakes Conservancy

529 Ontario Ave
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Contact:
Rose Phillips, Executive Director
(920) 273-1143   info@glaciallakes.org
Purpose:

To permanently preserve and protect land and water resources for future generations.

Green Lake Conservancy

PO Box 52
Green Lake, WI 54941
Contact:
Bur Zeratsky, President
(920) 294-3592    info@greenlakeconservancy.org
Purpose:

Protect, enhance and restore the quality of Green Lake. Preserve the biodiversity of natural areas within the big green lake watershed. Educate the public - foster a heightened sense of environmental awareness and promote a land ethic based on environmental stewardship and sustainable land use.

Green-Rock Audubon Society

419 S. Franklin St
Janesville, WI 53548
Contact:
Neil Deupree, President
(608) 752-8342   gras@greenrockaudubon.org
Purpose:

Restore, preserve, and protect the environment for us and future generations through education, activism, and conservancy.

Groundswell Conservancy

303 S. Paterson St
Suite 6
Madison, WI 53703
Contact:
Jim Welsh, Executive Director
(608) 258-9797   jim@groundswellwisconsin.org
Purpose:

Protect special places, forever.

Half Moon Lake Conservancy

7072 Lyndale Ave S.
Richfield, WI 55423
Contact:
David Butler, President
Purpose:

Protect the wetlands in the watershed area of Half Moon Lake.

Ice Age Trail Alliance

2110 Main St
Cross Plains, WI 53528
Contact:
Mike Wollmer, Executive Director & CEO
(608) 798-4453   info@iceagetrail.org
Purpose:

Create, support and protect a thousand-mile foot trail tracing Ice Age formations across Wisconsin, known as the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

Kettle Moraine Land Trust

PO Box 176
Elkhorn, WI 53121
Contact:
Maggie Zoellner, Executive Director
(262) 949-7211    info@kmlandtrust.org
Purpose:

To preserve the natural heritage of the southern Kettle Moraine lakes area and nearby lands through partnerships in land conservancy and resource management.

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