Northwoods Land Trust

Northwoods Land Trust

The Northwoods Land Trust of Eagle River has purchased what the Executive Director calls a critical parcel to preserve public access to Interstate Falls, an eighteen-foot waterfall on the Montreal River not far from Hurley and Ironwood. It's also known as Peterson Falls, Siebert Falls or Montreal Falls. The Northwoods Land Trust's Bryan Pierce describes the long process that led to the purchase...

Northwoods Land Trust

The Northwoods Land Trust just celebrated 14 years of partnering with private landowners to preserve valuable natural resources in the Northwoods.

The Trust is a not-for-profit conservation organization serving a six-county region, working with private property owners through easements to preserve woods and waters.

Northwoods Land Trust

The Northwoods Land Trust reports another successful year preserving lands for future generations.

The Northwoods Land Trust  is a non-profit conservation organization  in Eagle River. They work with property owners, accepting conservation easements on property with natural or scenic resource values. After conservation easement is granted, the land trust provides long-term stewardship following the landowner's wishes.

Ken Krall spoke with Trust Executive Director Bryan Pierce. He says it was a good year.