Conservation is Forever.

We’re proud to be an accredited land trust! That means that we meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands. Conservation is forever… which is why land trusts across the country take accreditation so seriously.

“Accreditation is serious business. We need to demonstrate to the public and to each other that we are operating to the very highest ethical, legal, and financial standards with our stewardship responsibility into the future.”

You can learn more about what goes into becoming an accredited land trust at the Land Trust Accreditation Commission.

Recent Posts

Supporting Conservation Stories Across Louisiana

Mr. Ellis’s Story — Ruston, Louisiana “I’m doing it for my grandson.” Mr. Ellis has spent the entirety of his 80-some years on the property his grandfather bought in north Louisiana generations ago. A lover of this land, he has grown crops, raised chickens, fished the pond, and watched small saplings grow into giants. He

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Louisiana Outdoor Forever Grant to Help Conserve Live Oak Farm

Land Trust for Louisiana has received a grant through the newly minted Louisiana Outdoors Forever program within the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. This will allow us to finally close out the purchase of an easement on Live Oak Farm in southwest Louisiana, an 8-year-old project we now aim to complete in early 2024.

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Halloween Hike at Abita Creek’s “Missing Link”

Nature is providing the tricks this Halloween… flesh-eating pitcher plants in their fall colors, green lynx spiders lying in wait, and other wonders of the natural world, in a beautiful Autumn landscape. This year, our annual Fall Hike will be even more special! We have access to a premier spot at The Nature Conservancy’s Abita

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