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Marin Agricultural Land Trust (accredited) Stewardship Manager Jim Jensen (right) and former Stewardship Manager Patricia Hickey (left) visit the ranch of a local producer to assess indicators of rangeland health as part of the carbon farm and conservation planning process/Photo by Michael Woolsey

Looking to the Land to Mitigate Climate Change

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Spring 2018
Author: 
Marina Schauffler

When land trusts advance natural climate solutions, they not only mitigate climate change, they also provide a wealth of ecological and economic benefits.

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Employees of Para la Naturaleza begin restoration work in the community of Marueño in Puerto Rico after the devastation of Hurricane Maria/Photo by Jose R. Madera

Standing Together

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Spring 2018
Author: 
Edith Pepper Goltra

How land trusts and their communities relied on each other to come through the disasters of 2017

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Photo courtesy of Para la Naturaleza in Puerto Rico.

Land Trusts Hit by Disasters Help Their Communities

Source: 
Collected emails
Author: 
Christina Soto

Those of us at the Land Trust Alliance joined others in our community in worrying about our colleagues who were impacted by recent natural disasters across the country. We identify those that we’ve heard from here—along with how those organizations are not only recovering themselves but are stepping up to help their communities.

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DJ Glisson, II

A New Reality: Land Trusts Face Expanding Energy Infrastructure

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Fall 2017
Author: 
Marina Schauffler

Energy infrastructure projects pose complex challenges and unavoidable conflicts for land trusts. Through, education and engagement, land trusts can meet them head on.