We help nature.

You help us.

Become a member.

Become part of the community of members that supports our work!


Individual Member

  • Discounts or complimentary registration to public events
  • Monthly e-newsletter and yearly mailed Creek Peek
  • Early registration for certain programs and events including summer camps
  • Free or discounted admission to over 125 other ANCA Members**

Family Membership

  • Same Benefits as Individual Membership for the Whole Family


  • Includes All Benefits of Memberships
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  • Invitation to member only events
  • Commemorative Baird Creek Poster (distributed at Annual Banquet)


  • Includes All Benefits of Friend Membership
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  • Acknowledgement on website and annual report


  • Includes All Benefits of All Memberships
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  • BCPF Wire Tree on Rock Sculpture – over $5,000~small, over $10,000~Large

**List of reciprocal ANCA facilities available at https://natctr.org/membership/reciprocal-program

this benefit is included in all memberships


It’s easy. Select which membership level you would like to join and click the join button. Complete the form and make your payment. You will receive a confirmation email and we will be in-touch in regards to your benefits.

Yes. You can upgrade your membership level at any time. Please call our office at 920.328.3505 and a staff member will help you make the adjustment to your membership.

Saving Open Spaces

Our organization works to save the natural spaces in and around Baird Creek. Sometimes that means buying land. Sometimes we put a permanent, legal restriction on it. Sometimes we work with other organizations and municipalities with their open spaces goals.

You know that old adage “let nature take its course”? We disagree. Natural areas need help to become—and remain—places where people, plants, and wildlife can thrive. That’s why we are committed to caring for natural areas in and around Baird Creek.

Caring for Nature

Connecting People to the Outdoors

When we spend time in nature, we’re happier and healthier. Plus, the future of conservation requires that there be passionate nature-lovers to carry on our work. That’s why we’re committed to getting people outside, providing recreational and educational opportunities.