When I set out to hire the Land Trust Alliance’s next executive vice president, my priority was to find a recognized leader from within the land trust community.
I wake up each day to a job I love. I get to work with some of the nicest people I’ve ever known: land trust volunteers and staff.
We’re offering three cash prizes, and the first prize winner gets to designate the land trust of their choice to receive $10,000!
Before she became the Land Trust Alliance’s new executive vice president, Wendy Jackson served as executive director at Freshwater Land Trust in Birmingham, Alabama.
Rally 2016 is packed with diverse topics, colleagues and friends to learn and share with, and the resources you need to take your conservation skills further.
Every year, the IRS publishes the Priority Guidance Plan, a lengthy list outlining upcoming guidance and regulations.
Entrepreneurial land trusts are always exploring new and effective sources of funding for their widely varied conservation projects.
To better connect people in the community with nature, this conservancy is putting landscapes to work.
This land trust aims to connect land owners with young farmers that may have had trouble securing the capital to start a productive food-farming operation.
Do you believe in the value of open spaces? Are you an excellent team player? Can you help us help 1,100 land trusts? If so, you may be the very person we need.
As I survey an empty desk on my final day at the Land Trust Alliance, my thoughts drift back to when I joined this team nearly nine years ago.
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