Gifted by nature.
Protected by people.


Working with landowners to conserve, protect and steward land for its natural, cultural, recreational, historic and productive values.


Striving to provide education and promote stewardship of the cultural, social, physical, economic, and environmental benefits of a healthy and protected lake and watershed.

Active Participation

Connecting and inspiring people, communities, organizations and businesses to use their expertise and skills to achieve a healthy watershed.

Lake Superior

Containing more water than all of the other Great Lakes combined, Superior is the greatest expanse of surface freshwater on Earth!

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kayakers paddling on Lake Superior

Land preservation, conservation, ecosystem and Indigenous cultural protection is our path forward.

How To Help

Protecting the greatest Lake on Earth means we all have a role to play in addressing the threatening elements of climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution, invasive species, and the diversion of water from the watershed.

We believe in the power of our collective effort to solve these challenges.


Conservancy News & Stories

October 30, 2023
With autumn comes the emergence of two major groups of native wildflowers: goldenrods (Solidago sp.) and asters (Symphyotrichum spp.). Their late b...
September 20, 2023
Photo: American Redstart (m) photographed in the Algoma Region (August 2023). Photo by Matthew Palarchio. Birding (birdwatching) is very popular am...