West Wisconsin Land Trust is a private, nonprofit regional land trust in western Wisconsin. Founded as the Wisconsin Farmland Conservancy in 1988, our initial intent was to slow the loss of farms and farmland. In 1996, our mission expanded to include the conservation of all types of natural areas, including forests, wetlands, rivers and lakeshores, bluffs and prairies. In 2002, we officially changed our name to West Wisconsin Land Trust.
Through the generosity of our members, and collaboration with other local partners, West Wisconsin Land Trust conserves, restores, and manages land with high conservation value. West Wisconsin Land Trust has adopted the Wisconsin Land Trust Statement of Principles, pledging to conduct our work under the highest professional standards, and in accordance with the Land Trust Alliance’s Standards and Practices.
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