Land Trust Alliance, Inc.
Rating: 4 stars 2 2 reviews 50
Issues: Environment, Water
Location: 1660 L Street Nw Suite 1100 Washington DC 20036 USA
Since 1982, the Land Trust Alliance has helped grow the land trust community from 300 isolated organizations to a network of nearly 1,700 groups working to save our country''s special natural places--forests, parks, working farms and ranches, riverbanks, landscapes, and habitat. These are places that are critical to the quality of the air we breathe and the food and water we consume, and they are places that have enriched human lives through all generations.
Because of the Land Trust Alliance''s work:
* More landowners choose to protect their land
* Conservation leaders are more effective at saving land
* Strong nonprofits and legal systems protect land in perpetuity
Programs: The Land Trust Alliance works to secure public policies on a national scale that support land trusts' efforts and their conservation goals. These include federal tax incentives for conservation and strong federal funding for land conservation. The Alliance helps land conservation organizations working in communities all across our country develop, leverage, and coordinate their communications to build broad support for land conservation among the general public and among policy makers.
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1 person found this review helpful
What exactly do they do to monitor trusts? How do they ensure compliance with all standards? How often do they audit trusts? I want more facts on the nitty gritty of how to ensure these trusts are putting their money where their mouth is.
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have tried to find out whether a trust is high quality but got nowhere
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Ensure rigorous standards and demand compliance with regular inspections.
6 people found this review helpful
The Alliance is wonderful! I learned many valuable skills for my future career including a renewed appreciation for land conservation.
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About once a year
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