The GiveNOLA 2023 Report

We exceeded our goal to #ProtectLouisiana on GiveNOLA Day 2023!

We have the most passionate and dedicated supporters helping us conserve Louisiana’s lands and waters. On GiveNOLA Day, you helped us beat our goal! With the money you helped us raise, Land Trust for Louisiana will be able to conserve more land, protect more habitat for wildlife, and bring more people into nature to experience Louisiana’s beauty and ecological diversity. 

We’re also proud to say that in 2023 the Land Trust had more individual donors than ever — and it was our best year yet for first-time donors! You helped us spread the word on social media and email, and we can’t thank you enough. As Louisiana’s only statewide, locally-based, accredited land trust, our community is crucial to our mission. You are playing a vital role in helping us conserve land and protect Louisiana’s natural resources.

Thank you. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter for more Louisiana conservation news and upcoming events. Hope to see you out on the land soon!

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