As an Alliance member, you'll be in good company. Land Trust Alliance members include land trusts, nonprofits, government agencies, state land trust associations and businesses dedicated to conserving our country’s most precious places.

Alliance members uphold their commitment to conservation by having their full board affirm that their organization adheres to the highest ethical standards as reflected in Land Trust Standards and Practices.

"The Alliance creates this fabric of excellence for everyone."
Glenn Lamb, executive director of the accredited Columbia Land Trust

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What's in an Alliance membership?

The Land Trust Alliance empowers our land trust and affiliate members to connect, grow and learn.

  • We invest in our members so you can take your organization to the next level.

  • We advocate for federal conservation policies and funding so you can conserve more land.

  • We connect our members to each other, to experts and to potential partners so you never feel alone.

  • We provide our members and their teams with standards, training and expertise so you have what you need to run and grow your organization.

  • We are champions of our members’ reputations, so you have the support of the public and people of influence in your community.

Check out the full list of membership benefits
"The Connecticut Land Conservation Council is a Government Affiliate of the Land Trust Alliance because we value all that they bring to our partnership in helping the organizations we work with to save land and create community."
Amy Blaymore Paterson, Esq., executive director

The impact of membership

The Land Trust Alliance invests in our members in a variety of ways — hear how membership is impacting land trusts on the ground.