A little trust goes a long way

“This is your area of expertise, so I trust you and I’ll support you if you think this is a good idea.”

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Columbia Land Trust Executive Director Glenn Lamb holds "Nature Glenn" / Photo courtesy of Columbia Land Trust
March 29, 2016
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Like a flower in spring

Like a flower in spring, the National Land Trust Census deadline is coming up fast!

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Saratoga Preserving Land and Nature is actively working to conserve the county’s working agricultural landscape / Photo courtesy of Saratoga PLAN
March 24, 2016
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Revising the revisions

As promised, the participatory online platform for the Standards and Practices Revisions is ready!

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A new platform for the Standards and Practices Revisions is online

Beyond dirt-stained jeans

This week’s story from the National Land Trust Census team comes from the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust.

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Participants in the Learning the Landscapes after-school program / Chelan-Douglas Land Trust
March 18, 2016
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Nature calls

The dreaded applicant conference call. Of the entire accreditation process, we thought that this part would be the toughest. It turned out to be a triumph.

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Frostbottom local to Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts / Photo courtesy of Adam Moore
March 14, 2016
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For hikers, bikers and horseback riders

This week’s story from the National Land Trust Census team comes from the Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County. Executive Director Kaila Dettman shares:

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Pismo Preserve / Photo courtesy of Gary Felsman
March 09, 2016
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Winning weasel

A weasel charmed its way to a win in accredited Mass Audubon’s sixth annual “Picture This: Your Great Outdoors” photo contest.

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Steve Flint's weasel photograph won Mass Audubon’s sixth annual photo contest / Photo courtesy of Mass Audubon
March 08, 2016
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Tell us a story

That’s what we are asking almost 2,000 land trusts to do in the latest National Land Trust Census.

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Nebraska’s scenic Pine Ridge / Photo courtesy of Dave Sands
March 04, 2016
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It’s time to talk (and for us to listen)

One of the reasons I enjoy being part of the land trust community is there’s a collaborative spirit here that allows our community to thrive.

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March 02, 2016
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