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Mud Lake Conservation Project, Butte

The Mud Lake Conservation Project is located east of Palmer and covers nearly 800 acres of the richest wildlife area in Southcentral Alaska. The Jim, Mud and Swan Lake region is home to excellent wetlands that provide important functions including filtering water, and storm water retention….

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“Like a Family Member Has Come Home” – Salmon, Land & Partnerships in Tyonek, Alaska

Alaska made history earlier this week as leaders from the Native Village of Tyonek celebrated a gift of culturally and ecologically important land. The Nature Conservancy donated the 160-acre parcel to the tribe and Great Land Trust will steward the land with NVT in perpetuity through a conservation easement.

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Help Buy the Butte!

Join over 300 Alaskans and make a donation online or through Pick.Click.Give to help forever conserve the summit of the Bodenburg Butte for public access!

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“The important work that Great Land Trust does increases my confidence that the Alaska I love will endure.”
Karen King, Owner/President & CEO of Spawn Ideas