How We Care for the Watershed
We help the watershed by developing projects that encompass these three areas: conservation, education and active participation. We have active projects as well as our Track Record of Success.
A land trust is a non-profit charitable organization that owns or manages land for the long term stewardship of natural and/or cultural heritage. One of the main activities of a land trust, or nature conservancy, is to actively work with landowners to conserve habitat, protect and steward land for its natural, cultural, recreational, historic and productive values, protect water quality, and address the effects of climate change.
The ethical and technical guidelines for the responsible operation of a land trust.
Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people, and involves interpretation and education.Read More
A designated route along a waterway with publicly accessible access points particularly for non-motorized watercraft. Water Trails are the original highways that have been used for community life for millennia.Read More
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.Donate