Typical Week, Tremendous Impact


What does a typical week look like for Western Reserve Land Conservancy? 

After decades of planning and negotiating, the Land Conservancy finalized deals with three separate landowners to acquire and permanently conserve more than 80 acres of beautiful land along the Chagrin River in Lake County with the help of the Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland.

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Keith Waris COPYRIGHT 2012 DAVID LIAM KYLE - www.davidliamkyle.com - All Rights Reserved.During that same week, we submitted complex applications to permanently preserve a number of family farms across the region with the Ohio Department of Agriculture, ensuring each of these farms will remain in production and support the state’s top economic driver – agriculture.

Read more about those farmers we assisted in 2016

Arbor Day 2017 | Photo Credit Western Reserve Land ConservancyWe also joined our Cleveland Tree Coalition partners in announcing and pledging our commitment to increase the city’s tree canopy from a mere 19 percent to more than 30 percent. That very same day, we planted robust trees with students in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood and distributed thousands of tree seedlings to help Reforest Our City.

Read more about our Arbor Day 2017 success
As one of the nation’s top land trusts, a typical week at Western Reserve Land Conservancy produces tremendous impact in your backyard.

But only with your support.

As we near the end of our fiscal year, June 30, your generous gift is as important as ever. Please consider making a contribution to Western Reserve Land Conservancy’s annual fund to support all of our impactful work. Thank you for your support!