NALT’s Brinton Run Preserve recently was featured in The Hunt, a magazine that celebrates the history, countryside and people of the Brandywine Valley.
Melissa Jacobs writes about the amazing group of nonprofits and governmental agencies that partnered to purchase the 72-acre tract where the Battle of Brandywine was fought. It will be the first public preserve owned by NALT.
“The Brandywine Valley is our home, and this space is three miles from our current headquarters,” said NALT President Steven Carter.
The article states that NALT, a nonprofit, holds more than 500 conservation easements across North America protecting more than 135,000 acres of grasslands, wetlands, coastlines and other environmental, scenic and historic sites.
You can read The Hunt article here.