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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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Family Lands, NALT News, Stories From the Land

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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Brinton Run Preserve, Family Lands

It’s Official: Santa Susana Permanently Conserved!

Thanks to the vision and generosity of The Boeing Company, together we have permanently conserved nearly 2,400 acres of the Santa Susana site located in Ventura County, California.  This land, which supported research and development essential to America’s space program, is now home to mountain lions, bobcat, deer and bear, with 135 bird species that can

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Corporate Lands, Stories From the Land

The Shaffer House: Conserving Pennsylvania’s Land and History, One Log at a Time

Driving down the windy and hilly backroads of Pennsylvania that curve around fenced farms and wander through dense woods, it is easy to understand why this area is renowned for its stunning scenery.  But of course, this painted landscape wouldn’t be complete without the scattered historic houses, barns, and springhouses that dot the countryside. Unfortunately,

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