Land trusts across the country are saving land and harnessing the power of conservation to help make their communities stronger.
The challenges facing our planet can seem too big for any one person: wildfires and extreme weather events, polluted air and water, rising seas, fractured communities and habitat loss for plants and animals. Supporting land trusts is one way you are making a difference for the land and people.
Land is the key to a healthy and secure future. It provides pure drinking water, healthy food, clean air and places to reflect and recreate.
The Land Trust Alliance has set a bold goal with land trusts to conserve another 60 million acres by 2030. Land conservation that takes place outside of the government sphere — through community-based, nonprofit organizations known as land trusts — provides a means for Americans of all backgrounds to save the places they need and love through personal initiative, landowner empowerment and charity.Learn More
The Conservation Resource Center is a one-stop-shop for volunteers, staff and board members of land trusts and other conservation practitioners to learn, connect and grow.