Cocktails, Conversation & Conservation

Last week we gathered at Jacmel’s Restaurant in Hammond to talk about how our work is making a difference in Louisiana. Land trusts aren’t just about preserving ecosystems and enhancing habitats… although that’s extremely important! We’re also focused on bringing together a community of people who care about our state’s natural legacy.

LTL’s staff, board members, and friends gathered for a beautiful night to discuss how land conservation tools can improve quality of life for our communities. We want to continue this conversation with you. If you’re curious what a land trust does, how conservation benefits our state, or how you can get involved… please get in touch! We’d love to make you a part of our community.

Executive Director Cindy Brown, CEO Dr. Jay Addison, and Board Member Fritz Anderson hosted this wonderful evening. Learn more about these folks and other members of the LTL team here.

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