Check out this Century Farm on the Little Miami River preserved by the land trust! Thank you to Renee Wilde, our producer, Myriah Neal-McKenzie, production assistant, and the Benham family!
To give the gift of conservation you may call Cathy at 767-9490 or use the Paypal link below...with a $100.00 donation, your recipient will also be given a 1 year membership in the Tecumseh Land Trust.
Winter Photo Contest
We are looking for winter photos of the natural world! The winning photo and honorable mentions will be featured on the land trust's website and facebook page. The winner will receive a special TLT winter care package (TLT hat, candle, sunflower seeds, scarf, tea, biscotti).
Submitted photographs must not contain asphalt or cement. Each entry must be digital. For submission via Instagram, please use the hashtag #tltwinterphotocontest. You may also submit your picture on our Facebook page, or email it to us at email@example.com. Contestants are limited to one photo entry so make sure to send in your best! The deadline is March 1st.
Happy photo taking!
Sugar Shack Tour
Sunday, March 13th 2-4pm
Flying Mouse Farm, 100 Fairfield Pike, Yellow Springs, 45387.
There will be snacks, a bonfire, sugar shack tours, story telling and campfire songs!
We are still on Whitehall Farm but we have moved into the 2 story farm house. Our new street address is 4633 US RT 68 N but our mailing address is still the same, PO Box 417.
In a strong bipartisan action, the Senate voted 65-33 today to pass the bill that will make the tax incentive for conservation easement donations permanent. This follows yesterday’s 318-109 vote in the House. This legislation has been a priority for the Land Trust Alliance for a decade, and it represents a huge win for conservation, for landowners and for the land trust community. Once signed into law the incentive will be applied retroactively to start Jan. 1, 2015.
Today’s vote also reauthorized the Land and Water Conservation Fund for three years and increased its funding from $306 million last year to $450 million this year.
Thank you to all who reached out to legislators to educate them about both the importance of this incentive and the critical role that land trusts play in communities across the country. And thank you to all those on Capitol Hill who are champions of conservation and this legislation.
The success of this initiative — and all of the programs the Land Trust Alliance delivers — are made possible by the generous support of our many partners, funders and donors.
Today is a great day for conservation!
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Tecumseh Land Trust is a nonprofit conservation organization serving Greene and Clark Counties of Ohio and surrounding areas. The purpose of Tecumseh Land Trust is to preserve agricultural land, natural areas, water resources, and historic sites, in voluntary cooperation More...
Tecumseh Land Trust has preserved over 24,000 acres in Clark and Greene counties and surrounding areas. Included in the mix is a vibrant array of large and small farms, natural areas, and stream corridors. The work of this organization has helped to protect the regions More...
Tecumseh Land Trust was the first land trust in Ohio to become accredited. To find out more information about preserving land, accreditation, FRPP, AEPP, land trusts, and the easement process, Click here.