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To Protect and Preserve Natural and Scenic Chippewa County Lands.


Invasive Plants Are Focus of 2017 Annual Meeting

Chippewa County Land Conservancy, Inc.
Notice of Annual Meeting and Election of Directors

The Chippewa County Land Conservancy will conduct its 2017 annual meeting and Election of Directors at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, May 9.

Meeting Location:
Lafayette Township Town Hall
5765 197th St
Chippewa Falls WI 54729

Report of Activities of the Conservancy
Election of Board Members

Controlling Invasive Plants on My Property: Why, and Where do I Start?
With Kathy Stahl, of Lower Chippewa Invasives Partnership

Field Visit:
At 5 PM, Kathy Stahl will lead participants on an interpreted walk through nearby Boyd Park, a Chippewa County Land Conservancy preserve, to identify and provide information about invasive plants of concern at the park. The invasive plants there mirror the plants found on much of the private and public property in the area. Refreshments at the town hall will follow the field visit.

Field Visit Meeting Point:
Boyd Park Nature Preserve, at the Boyd Family Memorial
Corner of 78th Ave and 185th St (7818 185th St), Chippewa Falls WI.
Continue north past Pine Harbor Campground past Pine Harbor Woods County Forest Area to Boyd Park Nature Preserve.

Election of Board of Directors:
Three directors are currently up for reelection, Jeff Brown, Alison Sazama, and Dan Simonson. All have agreed to serve if re-elected. Additional nominations may be taken from the floor.

The meeting and field trip are open to all. Voting for Directors is restricted to active members.


Building a Legacy, One Landscape At A Time 

Chippewa County’s landscape literally underlies all we do. It is the bedrock that defines us as members of the natural community. And like the ground we walk on, we take it for granted every day.

But who has not been inspired or rejuvenated by a walk in the woods? Who has not been aided in recovering in some way?

Do we see land as a commodity belonging to us, as Aldo Leopold says, or as a community to which we belong? Are we preserving its power for those who will follow us?

Chippewa County Land Conservancy is a local non-profit organization that focuses on protecting local natural and scenic landscapes for the benefit of the natural community, which includes both us, and those who follow us, in perpetuity. Come along and see what we’re up to. And join with us on this endeavor.

The Chippewa County Land Conservancy protects and preserves wild and scenic lands in Chippewa County and surrounding areas. The conservancy owns several natural areas which are islands of habitat as well as places for passive recreation and nature study. In addition, the Conservancy helps landowners protect the lands they have protected, into perpetuity.