“We simply need that wild country available to us, even if we never do more than drive to its edge and look in. For it can be a means of reassuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures, a part of the geography of hope.”

—Wallace Stegner on wilderness, 1962



elizabeth wroblicka

Elizabeth Wroblicka is an attorney who specializes in land conservation transactions, protecting family farms and forests, conservation easement amendments, enforcement, and nonprofit management, including land trust accreditation and estate planning. She works with landowners, land trusts, government agencies, corporations, foundations, and coalitions on a wide array of land conservation issues. Since 1996, she has been an advocate for conservation serving as a land trust board member, staff, attorney, author and faculty at national and regional land conservation conferences.  As a volunteer, she started the first community garden in Napa, California.  Board service includes: Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture; Chair, Massachusetts Easement Defense Subcommittee; The Putnam Conservation Institute; The Trustees of Reservations Corporate Trustees, Martha's Vineyard Conservation Society; the Northampton Zoning Board of Appeals; and the Bay Area Open Space Council. She was a staff member of The Land Trust Alliance, Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust, Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council, and Land Trust of Napa County. Attorney Wroblicka is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and California. Education: Cornell University, BS; University of San Francisco School of Law, JD; Vermont Law School, Masters in Environmental Law, cum laude and recipient of George Perkins Marsh Fellowship award. 



Elizabeth Wroblicka
Northampton, Massachusetts
mobile: 413.320.8948   office: 413.584.1600



land and conservation easement acquisition


organizational development and nonprofit management