The Mukwonago River, also called Crooked Creek, winds among wetlands, prairies and savannas found at preserves like the Lulu Lake Preserve.
Lulu Lake Preserve The Nature Conservancy works to protect the wetlands, oak savannas, and prairies at Lulu Lake Preserve for current and future generations. © Zane Williams

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Achieving a Conservation Legacy through Planned Giving: A Virtual Event

Please join us virtually on Tuesday, November 17 from 1:00 to 2:15 pm to learn how planned giving can create a conservation legacy that helps protect our natural resources for years to come.

You'll hear from Nature Conservancy supporters and staff who will share inspiring stories of conservation successes made possible by planned gifts. The session will feature Sherrie Beal, a Gift Planning Officer for The Nature Conservancy with over 20 years of experience working with donors. Sherrie will share insights into the importance of planned giving, introduce presenters, and host an interactive Q&A session during the event.  

Registration link for the virtual event coming soon!

Questions? Contact Elizabeth Hengel, Donor Relations Manager, at elizabeth.hengel@tnc.org.

Virtual Event Details

We will host this event using Zoom videoconferencing. If you aren't already using Zoom, we recommend that you download the app and/or create a free account in advance, for ease of access. You can sign up for a free Zoom account here.

A dial-in number to join the event by phone will also be provided for those without access to video conferencing equipment.