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Where We Work

With roots in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and employees working out of North Carolina and Georgia, NALT coordinates with landowners from all over the country to conserve the land that is special to them. Explore our map of 500+ easements found in 23 states, and our established focus areas shown in the brightly colored regions.


  • Making the federal conservation easement tax incentive permanent guarantees that property owners will always have the option of working with organizations like North American Land Trust to preserve the farmland and open space.
    Former Congressman Ryan Costello, Pennsylvania
  • The thing that NALT brought to our projects was a certain level of flexibility.
    Mandie Cantlin, East Bradford Township
  • Working with NALT has been fabulous.  I was unsure at first about the approval process, but there were no problems.  It was very easy.
    Karen Kleist, Cornelia & Florence Bridge Preserve
  • NALT has been a fantastic partner.  If it weren’t for NALT’s easement we wouldn’t be working in this conservation area and we wouldn’t even know this population [of rare White Fringeless Orchid] occurred in Georgia.
    Matt Richards, Atlanta Botanical Garden

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