Preserving Environmentally Significant Lands in Waukesha County. The Waukesha County Land Conservancy is a land trust that is nonprofit, tax-exempt, and volunteer organization funded through memberships and donations.
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Preserving these unique spaces for our children and grandchildren means that someday they, too, can hear the one-of-a-kind honking that means a sandhill crane is flying overhead….see a pasque flower poking its delicate petals from beneath the snow….trail a hand in the cold, clear water of the Mukwonago River….watch great blue herons feeding their young….glimpse a painted turtle slipping off a log….smell the sharp earthiness of a woodland emerging from the grip of winter….listen to the whispers of falling leaves….
Save The Date!
2015 Application for
Hunting Permits is now available.
Go to the information tab to get further information about hunting on Waukesha County Land Conservancy's land or click on the:
2015 Permit Application to apply for a permit to hunt at Scuppernong Wetlands or Ottawa Wildlife Preserve.
The continuation of the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program is very important to the Waukesha County Land Conservancy's ability to preserve additional lands for environmental protection and public use including hunting, hiking, bird watching and scenic beauty. If you want more lands available for these uses please contact your state senator or assemblyman to let them know this is important to you. You can write your own letter or use the sample letter that can be found by clicking on the following link: