Conservation Properties For Sale

Listed below are available properties from private sellers who either have a conservation easement on the property or are seeking a conservation-minded buyer.  Please contact the seller for more information.


Protected by SWMLC Conservation Easement — 310 Acres of Premier Hunting Land

Conserved hunting land for sale with habitat for thriving populations of upland game birds, white-tailed deer, and wood ducks.  This property is in a prime location, only 1/2 mile from Gun Lake and 30 minutes from Kalamazoo or Grand Rapids.  SWMLC holds a conservation easement on 285 acres of the property.  It is listed with Michigan Whitetail Properties.  For additional photos, pricing, and more information on their website, click here.



84 Acres on England Lake in Barry County

This 84-acre property is located in Orangeville Twp., Barry County, and has a Plainwell mailing address.  It is eight miles east of Martin, south of Gun Lake, and southwest of the Barry State Game Area.  The property lies west of Marsh Road (County Road 623) and is adjacent to Marsh Road at its southeast corner.  The 84 acres nearly encircle England Lake, a pristine 12-acre lake ringed with floating sphagnum, prairie fen, and sedge mats.  The property encompasses nearly 95% of the shoreline, with the remainder owned by two neighboring landowners who share the lake.  There is an abundance and diversity of interesting plant life, including pitcher plant and purple fringed orchid.  At the northern end of the property, where soils are more dry and sandy, are species more typical of a dry sand prairie, such as bush clover.  There are two open fields within the dry-mesic forest and open spots with blazing star, tall coreopsis, and other native forbs.  Both fields have dense quantities of little bluestem.

The property is currently listed for $559,999 with Tim Cox of Coldwell Banker AJS Schmidt (MLS # 13040848) and on (listing # 288697)



14 Acres Along High Bank Creek in Dowling, Barry County







Vacant land along High Bank Creek, a few miles east of the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute