Every land trust’s success makes our whole movement stronger. So lets celebrate! See how land trusts across America are overcoming obstacles and inventing new ways to save special places. Their stories may inspire your own.
Right next door to the second largest city in the U.S. lies the 1,400-acre Palos Verdes Nature Preserve, where Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy is connecting at-risk youth in nearby Los Angeles to nature.
Working in the shadow of one of the best medical facilities in the country — in a county with some of the worst health statistics in the nation — Dr. Mark Wilson, director of the Jefferson County Department of Health in Birmingham, Alabama, knew he needed to focus on prevention.
Not long ago, Forterra, the largest conservation and community-building organization in the Northwest, focused exclusively on conserving natural lands, mostly in small parcels. But in recent years, the Washington land trust has taken on a wide range of community-based projects.
Western Montana’s Big Sky Country, home to vast public lands, sizable ranches and farms and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, offers rich opportunities for collaborative conservation. Under the leadership of Five Valleys Land Trust, whose service area encompasses five major river valleys in the region, innovative partnerships are being forged.
What do a farmers’ market and an ice-skating rink have in common? They are both projects in which the Damariscotta River Association (DRA), one of the larger local land trusts in Maine, is involved.
The Conservation Trust for North Carolina (CTNC) and North Carolina’s 23 local land trusts have been making purposeful strides toward the long-term viability of land conservation in their state.
How can land trusts attract new audiences and develop a broader, deeper base of support to best weather these uncertain times? The Colorado Conservation Trust (CCT) recently completed a pilot project with the Palmer Land Trust and the Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust (RiGHT) that explored this challenge.
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