Land Trust for Louisiana Featured in Saving Land Magazine

Swamp near New Orleans, Louisiana

We’re proud to share that Land Trust for Louisiana has been featured in the latest edition of Saving Land magazine, by the Land Trust Alliance.

Click this link, scroll to page 19, and start with “Working Big, While Staying Small”! This article does a great job of explaining what it means to be a small, LA-based and state-wide land trust in a place as important as Louisiana. As our Executive Director, Cindy Brown, says… “we’re small and nimble and we take on a lot.”

Through our work with projects like mitigation preserves, we’re protecting land that Cindy believes “will become some of the state’s highest quality wild properties.”

Read more in Saving Land!

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