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

Land Trust for Louisiana Featured in Saving Land Magazine

Land Trust for Louisiana was featured in the Fall 2022 edition of Saving Land magazine, produced by the Land Trust Alliance (the national accrediting organization for land trusts.) They highlighted our work at Live Oak Farm, a truly special place on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast. Land Trust for Louisiana ornithologist Melanie Driscoll observes birds at sunrise

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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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