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Black Swamp Conservancy matches grant  


Dec. 22, 2008: Black Swamp Conservancy, a Perrysburg, Ohio-based land conservation organization, has announced that it has matched a challenge grant the conservancy received from Toledo Community Foundation.   


The conservancy was awarded a $50,000 grant from Toledo Community Foundation earlier this year. The grant allowed Black Swamp Conservancy to hire a stewardship manager.


$30,000 of the grant was awarded outright. The remaining $20,000 was a challenge grant, with the funds being released once the conservancy raised an additional $20,000.


Black Swamp Conservancy hired Rob Krain of Perrysburg as stewardship manager. Krain is a 2006 graduate of Bowling Green State University, with a bachelor’s degree in environmental policy and analysis.


Black Swamp Conservancy is a non-profit corporation with a service area in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. The organization has permanently protected over 7,100 acres of agricultural land and natural areas through 56 land conservation agreements and ownership of 11 wooded parcels.


More information about the conservancy is available online at www.blackswamp.org  






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