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Big Trees take Center Stage at the Gayla Conservation Area

In the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region, a patchwork of gentle rolling hills and pasturelands are stitched together by hedgerows and woodlands. Towering trees border the long-rural roads that are lined with Kentucky fences, a namesake feature of the region. A strong equine culture and industry is dominant across the area, contributing to around $6.5 […]

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NALT Expands its Conservation Work by Creating Pollinator Fields

The North American Land Trust (NALT) has been exploring several new opportunities to expand the national land trust’s charitable mission of protecting, conserving, and stewarding our natural and cultural resources. These new ventures include protecting streams, wetlands, and habitats through mitigation easements; assisting local governments to meet their conservation goals, and acquiring historic properties to

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American Battlefield Trust, North American Land Trust Partner to Save Revolution’s Brandywine Battlefield

JOINT EFFORT WILL SEE THE 72-ACRE BRINTON RUN PRESERVE PROPERTY PROTECTED IN A PROJECT VALUED AT $3.85 MILLION The American Battlefield Trust and North American Land Trust (NALT) have launched a fundraising campaign to protect a key portion of one of the critical battles on our journey to independence, Brinton Run Preserve on the Brandywine

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Hunting for Conservation Solutions

HOW CONSERVATION EASEMENTS AND HUNTING ARE MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL AT SOUTHWIND PLANTATION Born in the late 19th century, the conservation movement exists today thanks largely in part to hunters. While it may seem counter-intuitive to think that the people permanently removing turkey, deer and bear from this world are conservationists, the truth is that responsible hunters

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The Blackberry State of Mind: How partners prioritized nature during the development of Blackberry Farm in the Great Smoky Mountains

If you’ve ever traversed the 71-mile Foothills Parkway that winds along the rolling foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee, then you already know just how spectacular this area of the United States is. With panoramic views of endless mountains topped with tulip poplars, redbuds, red maples and Fraser magnolias, this natural escape

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