Blog Articles

New Selma Dixon mitigation bank

In February, the Freshwater Land Trust closed on a conservation easement on a new mitigation […]

Adopt-a-Trail

We are excited to launch our Adopt-a-Trail program, a volunteer initiative supporting the Red Rock Trail […]

“Complete Streets” Events

“Complete streets” are streets that are safe and comfortable for everyone, whether you’re walking, cycling, […]

Nine New Acres Conserved in Trussville

In late December, Dennis and Dianne Dempsey donated a nine-acre conservation easement on their property […]

2017 Corporate Partners for Conservation

On December 14, we were proud to celebrate our 2017 Corporate Partners for Conservation. Because […]

Sunday Hike Series: 2017 Recap & 2018 Dates

This year, we launched our seasonal Sunday Hike Series, hosting seven hikes and over 200 hundred […]

Endangered Alabama fish found upstream of dam removal site

Four years after the Freshwater Land Trust and partners removed a 100-year-old dam, a critically-endangered […]

The Wild Feathers to Headline 9th Annual Land Aid

We are excited to announce our 9th annual Land Aid event! Headlining this year’s concert […]

Staff Q&A: Farewell to Lacy & Charles

For the past year, Lacy Kamber and Charles Miller have served with us as Americorps […]