Land Trust of North Alabama is exempt from federal income taxation under Section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Funding comes from our members, individuals, foundations, corporations, government agencies, and investments. With support from individuals who value the protection of land and water resources, the Land Trust has preserved over 9000 acres connecting residents and visitors with North Alabama’s natural heritage.
Your donations save unique habitats, restore landscapes, protect our natural resources, and teach people of all ages about the importance of nature. Your support can make ALL the difference.
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Your support does make a difference! Your contribution makes all of this possible.
9315 Acres preserved in 6 counties (Madison, Limestone, Jackson, Marshall, Dekalb, Colbert)
18 miles of creek and river frontage saved
At least 31 known caves protected
15 working agriculture/grazing properties
107 Named Trails = 70+ miles with 23 trail entrances maintained
Land Trust Accreditation
The Land Trust of North Alabama has achieved land trust accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance. “The Land Trust of North Alabama’s accredited status demonstrates our commitment to permanent land conservation that benefits the entire community,” said Executive Director Marie Bostick.
In the United States, local citizens and communities have come together to form more than 1,700 land trusts to save the places they love. The Land Trust of North Alabama is one of only 301 land trusts from across the country that have been awarded accreditation.
Each accredited land trust submitted extensive documentation and underwent a rigorous review. “Through accreditation land trusts conduct important planning and make their operations more efficient and strategic,” said Commission Executive Director Tammara Van Ryn. “Accreditation provides the public with an assurance that, at the time of accreditation, land trusts meet high standards for quality and that the results of their conservation work are permanent.”
“As a community we are all proud of the work being done by the Land Trust and this recognition is well deserved. The Land Trust truly adds to the quality of life in Madison County by preserving our natural areas and providing parks, trails, and greenways for our families to enjoy.” – Madison County Chairman Dale W. Strong
“People are drawn to the Huntsville area because of its lush landscapes, mountains and rivers, and the Land Trust of North Alabama is critical in ensuring these vistas and ecologically sensitive areas will be enjoyed by future generations. It is an honor for the Land Trust to be recognized and validated for their outstanding work in conservation. We are most fortunate to have their advocacy in our community.” – Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle
“Congratulations on this tremendous accomplishment! Accreditation is a testament to the outstanding work done by the Land Trust of North Alabama, improving our quality of life and preserving our land and waterways for our citizens.” – Madison Mayor Troy Trulock
GuideStar – Silver Seal of Transparency
Land Trust of North Alabama has received the GuideStar Silver Seal of Transparency, demonstrating our deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability. GuideStar provides information about nonprofits in an online database to promote transparency and reliability. This service helps verify that nonprofit organizations are established and responsible stewards of donor funds. The GuideStar report on the Land Trust of North Alabama is available to any interested individual who registers at GuideStar.org. The trust of our supporters is invaluable.
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- Scenic Views - Summer 2022
- Scenic Views - Winter 2022 (2021 Impact Report)
- Scenic Views - Summer 2021
- Scenic Views - Winter 2021 (2020 Impact Report)
- Scenic Views - Summer 2020
- Scenic Views - Winter 2020 (2019 Impact Report)
- Scenic Views - Winter 2019 (2018 Impact Report)
- Scenic Views - Winter 2018 (2017 Impact Report)