Ozaukee Washington Land Trust

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Preserving the water resources, natural areas, and working lands of Ozaukee and Washington Counties.

Our efforts improve the water quality of our lakes, streams, rivers, and wetlands, protect and enhance wildlife habitat, and preserve the scenic and open spaces that define our rural landscape. By creating strong conservation relationships we promote public awareness of the benefits of land preservation, and provide opportunities for nature-based recreation, improving the quality of life in our communities.

Latest News

July 2020 E-News
It has been comforting knowing that OWLT could be there for the community over the last several months by keeping the preserves open for essential outdoor activities.
Gathering Waters- Press Release
The recipient of Wisconsin’s 2020 Rod Nilsestuen Award for Working Lands Preservation is not a person, but a partnership: Making Allies for Healthier Communities.
Partnering to Manage the Land Feasibly
Goats help with the management of invasive plant species.
Nature Remains - Therefore Volunteer Opportunities Remain!
Volunteer activities remain on the nature preserves.

Conserving three-quarters of a mile of Lake Michigan shoreline in Port Washington, Wisconsin. Protecting unspoiled lakefront today to preserve it’s beauty forever.

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