The Lake County Land Trust (LCLT) and its supporters are jumping for joy at its most recent news. A property that LCLT has actively been working to conserve since 2018 is now officially under LCLT’s perpetual protection. On June 1, the property now known as the Wright Wetland Preserve, became “forever wild”. It brings LCLT’s holdings up to five properties and more than 600 acres under its protective purview.
The Lake County Land Trust (LCLT) (www.lakecountylandtrust.org) was created over a quarter of a century ago to preserve and protect the beautiful natural areas in Lake County. Since its inception, this non-profit charitable organization has been successful in preserving hundreds of acres of biodiverse habitat for the benefit of all.
The 21st Lake County Land Trust annual dinner saw an enthusiastic attendance of 160 people at the beautiful Lodge at Blue Lakes on Saturday, Oct. 19. Land Trust supporters from all over the county came to the event to celebrate the Land Trust’s achievements, visit with friends, bid on silent auction items and participate in […]