2021 Fall Field Trip at Abita Creek Flatwoods Preserve

The LTL Fall Field Trip on Oct. 30 took place during spooky season… so naturally, we showed up with crazy hair and fun costumes! It was wonderful to gather with fellow conservationists at our easement at the Abita Creek Flatwoods Preserve; where we explored the flora and fauna of a rapidly disappearing landscape- the Longleaf pine savanna. We’re incredibly grateful for everyone who came out in support of our mission at Land Trust for Louisiana. Together we can make a difference for our state’s natural legacy!

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