Fostering a Love of Land | By Edith Pepper Goltra
Land trusts are increasingly looking to identify and design projects that specifically connect people from all walks of life to each other to build a strong and loyal following for community conservation, the out-of-doors and the land trust itself.
The next generation of leaders is enthusiastically picking up the conservation baton, prepared to move forward with new ideas but a familiar love of the land.
By restoring an abandoned property, Buzzards Bay Coalition is giving its community a safe, beautiful place to enjoy recreation and providing fish and wildlife a healthier habitat.
Maps with Impact | By Larry Orman and the GreenInfo Network Team
Maps do more than aid in saving land; they tell stories. Whether you do mapping through staff, volunteers or consultants, these universal tips will help you create great maps.
Honoring Our Heroes
Two recent outcomes benefit land trusts; more facts about how nature reduces stress levels; reports on U.S. farmers
The tax incentive advances farther than it ever has but we still need your help
No land trust is an island
Highlights of the All-Volunteer Land Trust Group on The Learning Center
Ensuring fairness in the accreditation process
Ten errors that kept you from getting the gift, and how to fix them
Land Trust Standards and Practices in Spanish and French; TechRadar Pro reviews online file-sharing services
Hello to two new Alliance board members; a desert cleanup brings a community together; Ear to the Ground
The poem “Stone”