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State Associations

Alliance of Florida Land Trusts

c/o North Florida Land Trust
PO Box 51181
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240
Primary contact: Bonnie Barnes, Chair 2012-14
(904) 285 7020 | Email

Blue Ridge Forever

34 Wall Street, Suite 802
Asheville NC 28801
Primary contact: Valerie True
(828) 253-0095 | Email

Coalition of West Virginia Land Trusts

c/o West Virginia Land Trust
PO Box 11823
Charleston, WV 25339
Contact: Brent Bailey, ED
(304) 346-7788 | Email

Conservation Trust for North Carolina

PO Box 33333
Raleigh, NC 27636
Primary contact: Margaret Newbold
(919) 828-4199 | Email | Website

Georgia Land Conservation Center

380 Meigs Street
Athens, GA 30601
Primary contact: Hans Neuhauser
(706) 546-7507 | Email | Website

Kentucky Land Trusts Coalition

c/o Kentucky Natural Lands Trust
433 Chestnut St
Berea, KY 40403
Primary contact: Don Dott, Chair
(859) 986-0744 | Email

North Carolina Land Trust Council

Primary contact: Co-chairs for 2012 – 2014
Roy Alexander, Davidson Lands Conservancy | Email
Walter Clark, Blue Ridge Conservancy | Email

Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation

PO Box 245    

Biloxi, MS 39533    

(228) 435-9191
Primary contacts: Chuck Roe | Email | Julia Weaver | Email
Website

South Carolina Land Trust Network

c/o Pee Dee Land Trust
PO Box 2134
Florence, SC 29503
Primary contact: David Harper, Chair 2012-14
(843) 667-3229 | Email

Tennessee Land Trust Network

c/o Foothills Land Conservancy
373 Ellis Avenue
Maryville, TN 37804
Primary contact: Bill Clabough, Chair 2012-14
(865) 681-8326 | Email

Virginia’s United Area Land Trusts

c/o The Northern Neck Land Conservancy, Inc.
PO Box 125
Lancaster, VA 22503
Primary contact:  Joe Thompson, Chair
(804) 462-0979 | Email

State Resources

Equestrian Land Conservation Resources

4037 Iron Works Parkway, Suite 120
Lexington, Kentucky 40511
Primary contact: Anna Gibson, Executive Director
(859) 455-8383 | Email

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