Support the Conservancy
Since 1995, our donors have helped preserve and protect over 700 acres of prairies, forests, and wetlands, including more than 18,000 feet of shoreland on Green Lake and its tributaries. You can support in multiple ways such as volunteer work, donating land to the conservancy, or any donations possible. With your support, you can help the Green Lake Conservancy preserve and protect Green Lake’s special places and bring awareness to protecting the environment.
How Can I Donate?
As an all-volunteer, non-profit Land Trust, serving the Green Lake area, we rely on private donations in order to be able to provide land conservation services. With your help, we can continue to protect these Special Places and bring awareness to the environment together. These donations may take many forms; you can scroll through our options on the left to see what option you would like to take.
Unsure which donation form to go with? Don’t worry – you can contact GLC to discuss your particular giving interest.
Please consider making a donation today. We appreciate your support.
Each year, volunteers and staff from The Green Lake Conservancy, Green Lake Association, Green Lake Sanitary District and Green Lake School District plan a series of fun and educational events for the community to enjoy together. These volunteers are known as the Green Team!
The Green Team’s mission is to get families, community members and visitors to explore the special and often unknown, natural and historical features of the Green Lake area.
From water-based activities, like paddling on the lake and its tributaries, to end-based events at Green Lake Conservancy sites and local farms, there’s an event to fit every explorer.
Let’s work to protect our wonderful Special Places and ensure these lands for future generations, together.
Protect Your Own Land
The state of Wisconsin has recognized that individual communities do an excellent job of identifying places worthy of protection.
Additionally, the state has facilitated private land stewardship by legislation that helps landowners maintain the right to enjoy what is special about their property while decreasing their tax burden and allowing them to realize some financial gain from their good stewardship.