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Make a donation to the Caledonia Conservancy to help us preserve our green spaces, our outdoor activities, and continued education in the natural world for children.
As of early 2012, the Caledonia Conservancy LTD is now accredited with the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. Please click here for more information.
Equine Land Conservation Resource presents Anson W. Taylor, Jr. Award for leadership in equine land conservation to the Caledonia Conservancy LTD.
To learn more about this gracious award, please click here.
Would you like to learn more about the Caledonia Conservancy LTD and how you can help preserve the land in your community? Please click here to learn more about us.
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Please exercise caution when walking or riding on our trails. Accidents can happen due to terrain.
Our Annual Poker Ride is coming up!
Every year our Stewardship Committee puts on a great ride featuring the trails of the Caledonia Conservancy. We've got great food, great friends to meet, and a beautiful setting of Neubauer Farm at 5551 Short Rd. in Caledonia as our starting point. Visit our Poker Ride page here for your sign up form and make sure you join us on June 15th!
We've got honeybees!
Kevin and Anne Lampe were nice enough to place hives on some of our properties and we look forward to harvesting honey in the near future. Click here to learn more.
Join Us on May 4th, 2013 for our Annual Bird Walk
Spring Flower Walk in Tabor Woods on May 4th, 2013 at 10:00am
Mark your calendars for a new Geocaching seminar with Dave Janowski. April 20th, 2013 is the date and we'll keep you updated on the location.
We need your photos!
Each year the Caledonia Conservancy creates their equestrian-themed calendar as a fundraiser and we need your photographs to make this happen. If you'd like a picture of your horse to make it into our calendar, please send your photos to Sandy DeWalt at firstname.lastname@example.org . Pictures need to be at least 800x1200 pixels in size (camera phone photos really don't work well) and please make sure we have your name, your horse's name and breed attached to the photo.
We've got a new School to Nature program coming up this fall!
Click here to learn more about this wonderful program for kids and how you can get involved.
We're working to make our Conservancy even better!
Click here to see what we've been up to lately..
Our New Website is Online
Information on our organization is now available online.