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Lake Erie

Conservation Stories

Lucien M. Clemons Park one step closer to opening

Western Reserve Land Conservancy has officially acquired and transferred ownership of the former Lifeboat Station subdivision to the Village of Marblehead. The …

Rich Cochran

Conservation Stories

Happy New Year: A note from Rich Cochran

Rich Cochran, Western Reserve Land Conservancy President and CEO, shared the following message with our staff and trustees – and you, our …

News

Protecting the Lowlands

Another 1,000 acres in the Grand River Lowlands in Ashtabula and Trumbull counties will be permanently preserved thanks to federal funding secured …

General Information

Our history

In 2006, Western Reserve Land Conservancy was created by the largest-ever merger of land trusts in the United States. Eight northern Ohio …

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Our mission and vision

Our Mission To provide the people of our region with essential natural assets through land conservation and restoration. Our Vision Thriving, prosperous …

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Protecting natural areas

Western Reserve Land Conservancy’s roots are in the preservation of northern Ohio’s¬†important natural resources — our mature forests, scenic rivers, abundant wildlife …

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Outdoor recreation

Northern Ohio offers extraordinary outdoor recreation opportunities ranging from world-class steelhead trout and walleye fishing to birdwatching to bicycling on the Ohio …