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Mission Statement

Protecting significant natural, scenic, and farm lands - and advancing stewardship -- now and for future generations.

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The Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy (GTRLC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization funded by private donors as well as local, state and national foundations. Since 1991 GTRLC has leveraged more than $100 million dollars in funding to protect crucial wildlife habitat and corridors; critical watersheds; high-quality farm lands; valuable forestland; and ecologically significant dunes in a five-county area that includes Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska and Manistee. To date GTRLC has protected 33,215 acres of land and over 100 miles of shoreline.

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