Land Trust Alliance

Leads 1,700 conservation groups to quickly, effectively and permanently save the places people love by strengthening land conservation across America.

Conservation matters. For many of us, saving the places that enrich our lives is reason enough to support land conservation.  But much more is at stake.  Ensuring that our natural areas are preserved is critical to the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat.  Despite the deep connection that we all feel to land and the importance of land conservation to our health and communities, the bottom line is at the current pace, 50 million acres of land in America will be lost to development in the next 25 years.  That’s over 5,000 acres a day.   

As the national umbrella organization of 1,700 community-based land trusts, the Land Trust Alliance advocates for public policies that support land trusts’ conservation goals, including increased land conservation funding and improved tax incentives so that more landowners can afford to choose conservation. Such policies have opened the door to voluntary, landowner-led conservation of important wildlife habitat, productive working lands, and scenic open space across the country.

Helping people protect undeveloped land in their communities -- saving our forests, farms, waters, historic and natural areas. Leads, trains, and educates 1,500 land conservation groups.



To save the places people love by strengthening land conservation across America. To fulfill our mission, the Land Trust Alliance has worked for more than 25 years with the national conservation community - comprised of 1.5 million dedicated land conservation professionals, volunteers and supporters - to quickly, effectively and permanently save our most valued natural resource across America.
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Forests, Parks and Land Conservation
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