The Land Conservation Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to preserve and restore natural communities in East Central Illinois, to create interconnected corridors, to provide wildlife habitat, and connect people and nature for future generations.

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Deanna Glosser, PhD, Executive Director

3413 Waterville Ct.   Champaign, IL 61822

217/607-8155 (office)   217/725-5886 (cell)

Deanna_Glosser@comcast.net

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© Land Conservation Foundation

PRESERVING NATURAL AREAS
for PEOPLE, for WILDLIFE,
FOREVER

in
EAST CENTRAL

ILLINOIS

Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability: CANCELLED

Regretfully, our November 12, 2019, event has been cancelled due to closing of the Art Theater.

Improved Approach to LCF’s Levee Trail

Two rows of native bur oak trees and a wooden footbridge will welcome hikers and improve access to our Bruce Hannon Levee Trail.

Help LCF Meet 3-to-1

Grant Challenge

The Illinois Clean Energy Commission will match 3 to 1 every dollar we raise, up to $7,000, to help us maintain our Sangamon River Corridor Reserve.

Follow a unique raised trail to the Sangamon River and our floodplain forest restoration. Visit the Sangamon River Corridor Reserve near Monticello.

Floodplain at Sangamon River Corridor Reserve

LCF works to ensure a future with abundant clean water by focusing on rivers, wetlands, and groundwater.

Phoebe bird in east central Illinois

All creatures who share our Illinois home benefit from LCF's work to connect and improve natural lands and waters.

LCF freshwater mussel survey in Sangamon River

LCF offers opportunities to encounter nature nearby, inspiring wonder and a future commitment to preservation.

Curious deer, midnight beaver, jumping mice, and a turkey parade! They've all been caught in the act at our Sangamon River Corridor Reserve.

Be part of our promise to preserve natural lands forever.