Conservation

Before & After: Spring Cleaning for Darter Habitat

Birmingham’s Roebuck Springs, home to the endangered watercress darter, is looking especially good after an […]

155 Acres Conserved in Shelby County

In December, Grady and Dianne Swicord donated a 155-acre conservation easement to Freshwater Land Trust.

The […]

Endangered Species Tour: Video & Photos

On Friday, October 12, Freshwater Land Trust and U.S. Fish and Wildlife hosted an all-day […]

Bank stabilization, Sunday hike on Cahaba River

Yesterday we kicked off our seasonal Sunday hikes at Cahaba River Walk in Irondale! A […]

Roebuck Springs restoration complete

BIRMINGHAM, AL — The Freshwater Land Trust has completed their habitat restoration project at Roebuck […]

Wildwood Preserve

Our Wildwood Preserve is now open to the public! The 51 acre nature preserve is nestled […]

Restoration at Roebuck Springs: home of the watercress darter

BIRMINGHAM, AL — This week, the Freshwater Land Trust breaks ground on a restoration project […]

New Selma Dixon mitigation bank

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

Nine New Acres Conserved in Trussville

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