Land Preservation Resources and Events
Although Northfield Township currently has no formal funding mechanism for land preservation, the LPC helps match residents with the Greenbelt Program of Ann Arbor and the Washtenaw County Natural Areas Preservation Program to protect qualifying properties within Northfield Township.
To learn more and to see if your property qualifies, visit:
Ann Arbor Greenbelt
Natural Areas Preservation Program
Looking to put in some work?
Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation offers many volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
Interested in local food security?
Check out the Local Food Summit's website for a directory local food producers, COVID-19 resources, and volunteer opportunities.
Conversations about Land in Northfield Township: Monday, October 3, 2022 at 6:00 pm
8350 Main Street
Whitmore Lake, MI 48189
The LPC is excited to partner with our friends at the Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) to offer a free educational workshop for landowners in Northfield Township to promote HRWC’s new program, Forests for Water Quality.
Join your neighbors and local conservation experts for conversations about the many benefits of farmland and natural area preservation. Learn about options for preserving or managing your farmland, forests, wetlands, and fields from:
• Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation
• Ann Arbor Greenbelt Program
• Legacy Land Conservancy
• Huron River Watershed Council
• Washtenaw County Conservation District
• Northfield Township Land Preservation Committee
For more information, contact the Washtenaw County Conservation District at 734-302-8715 or online at https://www.washtenawcd.org/events.html or bookmark the Facebook Event.