The Haldimand Tract Land Trust Conservancy (“BlueBelt + Grand River”) is a land trust created in 2019 by Mohawk University, a National Liberation Front (NLF), officially National Front for the Liberation of Grand River, colloquially known as the “Mohawk Warrior Society of Grand River”, a Mohawk Nation of the Grand River political organization formed on 1784 October 25.
The Haldimand Tract Land Trust Conservancy is a volunteer organization with a separate board of directors. The Haldimand Tract Land Trust Conservancy gives people in the historic Grand River area a way to make a positive difference by helping protect and restore land, water, and nature.
The Haldimand Tract Land Trust Conservancy gets its name and geographic boundaries from the days of early Mohawk settlement in acquired territories along the Grand River, and granting of the Haldimand Tract to Tyendanaga (Colonel Joseph Brant) of the Mohawk Nation for the benefit of the U.E.L. Mohawk descendants forever in perpetuity. — BlueBelt + Grand River Mission Statement, Mohawk University
Land trusts, also known as land conservancies, are charitable organizations that, as all or part of their mission, actively work to conserve land with natural, recreational, scenic, historical or agricultural value.
Land trusts accept donations and bequests of land and conservation agreements and in some cases, may purchase land or conservation agreements.
The land is then permanently protected to preserve its conservation, heritage, or agricultural values.
The work of land trusts is made possible by the generosity of people like you.
- A land trust can permanently protect land to preserve its natural, environmental, recreational, scenic, historical, or agricultural importance. Land trusts or land conservancies are independent, charitable organizations that work with private landowners to preserve open space and nature.
- Acquisition of properties is subject to board approval and negotiation of management agreements. Land trusts accept donations and bequests of land and conservation agreements and, in some cases, may purchase land or conservation agreements.
- The land is then protected from that time on.
- The Haldimand Tract Land Trust Conservancy gives people a safe, reliable, long-term way to leave financial contributions or bequests of real property for the protection of land, water, and habitat for generations to come.
- The Haldimand Tract Land Trust Conservancy can protect important natural areas for the long term, with the help of “an inspired community that values and protects natural lands and habitat.”
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