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Autumn 2017 Newsletter

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NCCT’s 2017 Annual Meeting

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Please join us for NCCT’s Annual Meeting on Thursday, October 12, 2017!
The evening will begin at 5:00 pm with a social hour, followed by dinner and presentations by Janet Smith and Kevin Thusius, Director of Land Conservation at the Ice Age Trail Alliance. Take this opportunity to meet others interested in preserving the natural beauty of Central Wisconsin.
We will honor the landowners who preserved their property during the previous year with a gift, accolades, and their dinner. If you would like to sponsor one of their meals, indicate by checking the box “I would like to sponsor a Conservation Easement Benefactor for $36” on the reply card mailed to you, or on-line, and enclose the additional funds when responding. Go to this link to buy tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/north-central-conservancy-trusts-annual-meeting-tickets-37917505279?aff=es2
Whether you can attend or not, please consider a contribution to NCCT. Your
support is greatly appreciated, and will be recognized at our event.

Please RSVP to NCCT by Friday, October 6.

NCCT Receives State and Local Grants to Benefit Mission Lake

In spring of 2017, the DNR awarded NCCT a Lakeshore Protection Grant of over $76,000 to protect important lakeshore and other resources on Mission Lake. In July, Marathon County awarded NCCT over $39,000 in Environmental Impact Funds (EIF). The combination of these two generous grants will allow us to complete a conservation easement on the 88 acre Waypost Camp. The grant funds will also help the camp’s owners, Crossways Camping Ministries, make trail and signage improvements. Mission Lk

NCCT’s Spring Event on Mission Lake May 13, 2017

NCCT’s spring event at the Waypost Camp on Mission Lake was a great success! We expect to partner with them on similar events in the future.IMG_1324IMG_1307