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TLT Book Discussion Group

Our monthly book discussion group meets at the Yellow Springs Library. Click here to view a list of books the group has already read, as well as a list of potential books. Book suggestions are welcome!


Our next book discussion will be Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 4:00pm, at the YS Library.  The book will be "Lentil Underground:  Renegade Farms and the Future of Food in America," by Liz Carlisle.

Please let us know if you'd like to attend--the office's number is 937-767-9490, or you can email Krista at krista@tecumsehlandtrust.org.


                                                 Photo by Lori Gravley                              

                                                 Photo by Lori Gravley


Here are the "Living on the Land" winning essays as well as the honorable mentions: Click Here. (Word Document)


If you missed TLT Director Krista Magaw's interview in the Dayton Daily News, click here. (Word Document)

Also, if you missed Krista's WHIO Miami Valley Voices piece: Click Here.


Planning is underway for our sunflower art show with the Yellow Springs Arts Council! 

We're now accepting photographs, paintings, and more of the sunflower field. Please contact Carol Simmons at carol@tecumsehlandtrust.org with your submissions.

Our 3rd annual Solstice poetry reading at the Glen!



Antioch College Miller Fellows Mitch Goth and Lauren Gjessing did a variety of tasks during their recent co-op with us including making a video for the Land Trust Alliance.  Some snippets were used in this little thank you. And we are thankful for our Miller Fellows!


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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...

Protecting Land

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.