Couderay Waters Regional Land Trust (CWRLT) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) conservation organization working in Northwestern Wisconsin to protect and promote the natural environment.
Tom and Carol Heinrich of Hayward will present stories and pictures of their canoeing adventures that have bonded their marriage over 38 years. Their extensive canoe experiences have taken them from Wisconsin’s meandering meadow streams to large whitewater rivers of northern Ontario, Canada. Many of their adventures have been in the Woodland Caribou Provincial Park of Northwestern Ontario Canada, where big water lakes are dominant.
Come along to enjoy stories about camps, portages, weather, and water accentuated with humorous anecdotes about relations during canoe travels.
7pm on Thursday, January 26th @ the Weiss Community Library in Hayward.
Hosted by the Sawyer County Historical Society, Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library, and Couderay Waters Regional Land Trust.
Mark your calendar! Saturday, April 29th – Couderay Waters Film Festival!
Check back soon for information on this year’s sponsors, tickets and more details!
Watershed Paddle Tour
2015 Event Highlights
Real-time temperature & flow data from the Namekagon River.
What We Do
Land trusts protect & preserve the natural environment by using conservation easements, mutual covenants, land purchases, donations, and volunteer efforts to permanently protect natural areas. Couderay Waters Regional Land Trust works in northwestern Wisconsin to protect the intrinsic value of the northwoods.
A conservation easement is a legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust or government agency that permanently limits use of the land in order to protect its conservation value. You retain ownership, use and enjoyment of the land protected by the Land Trust.
Ecological communities are dependent on natural habitat protection. “When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” – Aldo Leopold
A commitment to protecting land into perpetuity is the basis for land trusts. You can personally leave a legacy into the future by contributing to the preservation of the natural environment.
PO Box 13097 • Hayward, WI 54843 • firstname.lastname@example.org