Together, we make a difference

As we have done for 35 proud years, the Land Trust Alliance continually considers its impact on land trusts and the nation — and ways in which we can work together to save the places that people need and love.

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Photo by DJ Glisson, II/Firefly Imageworks
April 24, 2018
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Food for Flight supports pollinators

Habitat restoration is a goal of many land trusts, including Three Valley Conservation Trust in Oxford, Ohio.

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High school students attend a briefing on pollinators at a Three Valley Conservation Trust habitat restoration partner's site before they begin planting milkweed and nectar plants. / Photo by Dirk Morgan

Coming together for Earth Day

What's your grown-up version of playing in a puddle?

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Kids playing outside on land conserved by the accredited Northcoast Regional Land Trust in California. / Photo by DJ Glisson, II
April 20, 2018
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Re: Climate (2018.04)

Flooding and sea-level rise are among the most visible and disruptive impacts of climate change.

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In Norfolk, Virginia, waters are projected to rise between 4.5 and 6.9 feet by the end of this century. / Photo by pixabay.com/12019

Why do I need more than one type of insurance?

Smart land trusts typically purchase multiple types of insurance coverage. Here's why.

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Smart land trusts typically purchase multiple types of insurance coverage. / Photo by pixabay.com/stevepb
April 12, 2018
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Laying the foundation for trust

Southeast Oregon's vast Harney Basin is a mosaic of productive ranchlands and wetland habitats, with Malheur National Wildlife Refuge at its center.

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A greater sandhill crane and chick in the Harney Basin. This species breeds in large emergent marsh-meadow wetlands at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon. / Photo by Kay Scheurer Steele
April 11, 2018
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Once a disgrace, Potomac River roars back to life

The Potomac River, the source of drinking water for over 5 million residents in the Washington, D.C. area, earned its highest health grade ever in Potomac Conservancy's 10th State of the Nation's River report.

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The Potomac River, which flows through Washington, D.C., is roaring back to life following cleanup efforts. / Photo by Melissa Diemand
April 06, 2018
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Survey says…

Americans feel significantly differently about land trusts and land conservancies, a new survey reveals.

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Americans feel significantly differently about land trusts and land conservancies, a new survey reveals. / Photo by pixabay.com/andibreit
April 02, 2018
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