Since 1989, Alaska Land Trusts have been conserving our local lands, waterways and natural heritage. From protecting our working family farms to our world-class salmon streams and subsistence lands, nonprofit land trusts are working in voluntary partnership with private landowners in communities across Alaska. Together we have conserved over 40,000 acres of wetlands, open space, wildlife habitat, and recreational areas for hunting, fishing and hiking; over 50 miles of salmon streams and 9 farms. We hold and steward 86 conservation easements and have completed a total of 126 projects around the state. We are dedicated to the communities we live in and the lands that nourish our livelihoods. Supported by thousands of Alaskans, we work for the public good and the future of Alaska.
Alaska Land Trusts: