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Events

3rd Annual Fall Hike at the Abita Flatwoods

OCT. 8 FALL HIKE AT ABITA CREEK IS FULL! WE CAN NO LONGER TAKE REGISTRATIONS. Cooler temperatures call for a morning hike among the longleaf pine stands of Abita Creek Flatwoods Preserve – a beautiful place for wandering along the boardwalks and exploring native plants of the Northshore. We will be expertly guided by botanist/ecologist

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Yoga in the Sunflowers

Register today for Yoga in the Sunflowers at Pine Knoll Farm! Join Land Trust for Louisiana and Downtown Yoga as we find healing and wellness in nature. You are invited to join us for a healing Flow-Vinyasa class with instructor Brenna Barzenick, of Downtown Yoga Hammond. Breathe freely and deeply in the beauty of Louisiana’s

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Spring 2022 Paddle at Maurepas Swamp Preserve

Join us on June 5 for a paddle on the Maurepas Swamp Preserve! Explore this beautiful wetland forest and see firsthand how the wetland habitat provides a crucial shelter for birds and other wildlife, while contributing to the health and resiliency of coastal Louisiana. Register today! We’ll be guided by expert birders and naturalists: Byron

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For the Love of Land

Volunteers needed Valentine’s Day Weekend to help us show love to Cherokee Beach! Register here. Thousands of families in Tangipahoa Parish and beyond remember Cherokee Beach as a popular camping and tubing site on the Tangipahoa River. The Land Trust is now working with the current owners and local universities to conserve this wonderful property

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Cindy reflects on 2021

Dear Friends of the Land Trust, As challenging as 2021 has been at times, it has still been a year of big accomplishments for our small but mighty team. We were able to accomplish a number of important milestones this past year, including: Closing on an additional 300 acres of conservation property.Entering into seven new

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Join Us For a Spooky Halloween Walk in Louisiana’s Savanna

Early morning mists… creepy crawlies… shimmering webs and flesh-eating plants… a Longleaf pine savanna is the perfect place to start off your Halloween weekend! Join us for a walking tour of the Abita Creek Flatwoods Preserve, led by our Land Protection Specialist, Nelwyn McInnis. We hope you come in costume! Oct. 309-11:30 AMRegistration required The

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Paddling for Preservation will be Sunday, October 9th

Land Trust for Louisiana and Canoe & Trail Adventures will co-host this exciting canoe and kayak adventure! Treat yourself to a day of relaxation while paddling and floating down the beautiful Bogue Falaya River. We are exploring a new route this year as we paddle the Bogue Falaya River’s meandering course and modest currents along

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Sporting Clay Shoot to benefit LTL and Disposable Heroes Project

  Land Trust for Louisiana & Disposable Heroes Project Sporting Clay Tournament August 28, 2015 The Land Trust for Louisiana and the Disposable Heroes Project are pleased to announce they will be holding a Sporting Clays Tournament on Friday, August 28, 2015. The tournament will be held at the Covey Rise Lodge located at 24009

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2022: Reflections from a Year on the Land

In 2022, Land Trust for Louisiana got back to our roots… literally! After a few pandemic years of limited interaction with our members, in 2022 we held several events where we got in touch with nature, learned more about our state’s native ecosystems, and explored the full impact of conservation on Louisiana’s special places. FOR

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Louisiana is Home to a Unique Birding Festival

Every year in the fall, a totally unique festival is held in Thornwell, Louisiana. The Yellow Rails and Rice Festival brings birders from all over the world to our South Louisiana rice fields, with the goal of seeing Yellow Rail birds (and other rail species) as they are flushed out from the fields during harvesting.

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