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Since 2006, The Kensington Conservancy has protected over 1,200 acres of ecologically sensitive land within the St. Joseph Channel area. Please consider getting involved to help ensure our beautiful land and waters stay protected for future generations!
Latest News & Updates from TKC
Bat Monitoring Technician
We are looking for a technician to assist with our Bat Monitoring and Education Program.
Become a Member
We know you share our love for this special place. The Kensington Conservancy relies heavily upon the support its members and donors and you are integral to the success of our mission. By joining The Kensington Conservancy, you will be welcomed into a family of dedicated individuals committed to saving the natural legacy of the St. Joseph Channel area
The Kensington Conservancy has a lot going on during our busy summer months. We provide guided walks on our beautiful properties. We have volunteer opportunities. We have a Junior Explorers program for children aged 5-10. If you're interested in coming out and doing something with The Kensington Conservancy, click the link below.
Submit Your Sightings
Our main objective is to preserve habitat in the St. Jospeh Channel area, so it's great to know what species are using our nature preserves and properties in the surrounding area. You can submit your sightings to use or submit them directly to iNaturalist. To date, there have been over 1,900 species of flora and fauna recorded within our focal area of the St. Jospeh Channel.
Find out about how The Kensington Conservancy protects land, the projects we are working on, how you can work with us to protect your land and what you can do as a landowner to make a difference in this world.
Already a The Kensington Conservancy member? Click here to access the member directory .