The Land Trust Alliance Board of Directors has approved the final revised version of the Land Trust Standards and Practices.
The Land Trust Alliance’s newest webinar series offers exciting opportunities for land trust professionals to learn about a wide range of topics.
This year, the Land Trust Alliance is celebrating a legacy of leadership on behalf of the land trust community.
The Rensselaer Plateau in upstate New York is getting its second community forest. What's a community forest? Well, it depends on the community.
Is your land trust looking to stand out, inspire people and increase your fundraising success?
The annual Conservation in the West poll, released by the Colorado College State of the Rockies Project, recently proved what many of us in the West already know to be true.
School doesn’t have to mean being stuck inside all day doing lessons.
The U.S. Forest Service is offering a free app, called i-Tree, that measures forest cover and quantifies the services that trees provide.
Many people call the Land Trust Accreditation Commission’s help desk looking for information or trying to solve a problem. And it’s easy to understand why. Those calls can be real money savers.
The election of Donald Trump, the united Congress and a changing political climate affect virtually every area of national policy important to land trusts.
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