Two of Glacial Lakes Conservancy's founding members decided to put their 40 acre property under conservation easement (CE) to permanently protect it's natural and unique features. This property includes 27 acres of working land, 9.5 acres of southern mesic forest, apx. 2 acres of historic stone fences believed to have been built by Native Americans, and includes areas of state-identified wetlands. This property is situated on the top of a moraine, .5 miles from the Onion River and 2.3 miles from Nichols Creek and is within the Onion River water basin which is part of the Sheboygan Area of Concern (AOC). The terms of this CE will help preserve the Sheboygan River Basin, protect farmland and open space, and will ensure sound land management practices to reduce non-point pollution as well as provide diverse and native habitat for wildlife.