The Land Trust Alliance connects our members to each other, potential partners and the resources they need so they never feel alone.
The Alliance's field staff are placed strategically across the country to provide local support and training that helps develop networks, empower change and grow conservation impact in every corner of the country.
Check out the Land Trust Alliance blog to learn how land trusts across the country are making an impact in their communities and gaining ground for us all.
The Land Trust Alliance holds in-person and virtual events throughout the year so you can learn from experts on hot topics in conservation and connect with your peers.
Connect with conservation professionals across the country online! Join our online conversations on topics ranging from stewardship, communications, community-centered conservation and more. Staff, board and volunteers of land trust and affiliate member organizations, and Alliance donors at the Protector level can access this special benefit.
Land Trust Alliance affiliate members are conservation groups, government agencies, professionals and others who care deeply about land conservation and supporting the work of land trusts. You can use the directory to search for professionals, government agencies and nonprofits to support your work.
Advocacy Matters, LLC founder, Gwendolyn Lacy, principal attorney, consultant and mediator, works with private landowners, regional, local and national land conservancies, as well as governmental agencies and environmental organizations to actively preserve those special places where life-long memories and legacies are forged.
BackOffice Thinking is the creator of LOCATE, the premier land trust database built on Salesforce. Besides LOCATE, we also design, built, and support websites as well as implement and support nonprofit CRMs (Salesforce, NeonCRM, and CiviCRM) and provide technology assessments to help guide nonprofits to right decisions.
The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts is the only association of land trusts in Oregon, where it serves as a statewide service center and the central voice of the land trust community. COLT focuses on improving and advancing land conservation in the state through increased land trust capacity and coverage, engagement of stakeholders, defending and developing new and larger sources of funding, and supportive policies.
David Allen at Development for Conservation assists conservation organizations raising money from individual donors by improving renewal, cultivation, and major gift development systems. With a focus on implementation and follow-through, he has worked with dozens of land trusts across the country on fundraising audits and plans, board training, campaigns, and coaching.
Highstead works to inspire curiosity and build knowledge about plants and wooded landscapes in order to enhance life, preserve nature, and advance sound stewardship practices.
Landscape is online software that tracks and reports on every aspect of your land conservation program from acquisition to stewardship. Landscape is a powerful database that integrates project management, mapping, and document archival and moves seamlessly between the office and the field with the Landscape Mobile field data collection app.
The Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority conserves the natural environment, supports agriculture, and connects people to nature, by protecting open spaces, natural areas, and working farms and ranches for future generations.
Upstream Tech partners with nonprofit and for-profit organizations working towards ecological restoration, natural land conservation, carbon emissions reduction and sequestration, and renewable energy. Our Lens web-based platform helps land trusts to easily and efficiently monitor conservation easements, allowing users to automatically generate monitoring reports compliant with Land Trust Alliance standards.
The Virginia Outdoors Foundation is Virginia’s leader in land conservation, protecting more than 825,000 acres in 109 counties and independent cities. VOF is a public organization, created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1966 under Virginia Code § 10.1-1800. Today, we receive both public and private support for our work.
Are you a land trust looking for support on your next project? Submit it to the to the RFP Depot, an online repository where the land trust community can post requests for proposals and be confident that the most knowledgeable land conservation professionals are reviewing them.