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Several environmental partners in the Erie region, including, PA Sea Grant, the Erie County Environmental Coalition (ECEC), the Partnership for a Healthy Mill Creek Watershed (PHMCW), The Lake Erie Arboretum Foundation (LEAF), Environment Erie and the Lake Erie Region Conservancy (LERC) have been working togetherContinue reading
Work with existing agencies to assist in the acquisition of conservation easements or land in our area. Work with area farmers to help take advantage of the State Agricultural Preservation or other compensation programs. Acquaint landowners with alternative preservation techniques, such as conservation easement donations,Continue reading
Our current board of directors: Tom Fuhrman, President Mike Campbell, Ph.D., Mercyhurst College Jeff Gault, Realtor Christine Hetz, Fairview Evergreen Ed Kissell, S.O.N.S. of Lake Erie Pat Lupo, OSB, Lake Erie-Allegheny Earth Force Dave Skellie, PA Sea Grant Brian Winslow, Asbury Woods Nature Center Glen Thompson, Custom Electronics PatrickContinue reading
The Lake Erie Region Conservancy (LERC) was formed in 2000 as a local, non-profit, membership-supported organization dedicated to the identification, conservation and protection of the Lake Erie region’s unique natural and cultural resources. LERC also promotes research, education and sustainable development. The Lake Erie region ofContinue reading
What is LERC? LERC is a non-profit land trust promoting cooperation between government agencies and the private sector to protect the Lake Erie region’s resources. What are LERC Projects? LERC’s projects promote research, education and sustainable development by pursuing conservation easements through the Lake Erie Watershed Conservation Plan andContinue reading