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 […]

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 […]

Turkey Creek Restoration Continues thanks to FLT partners

In a small watershed in northwest Jefferson County lives a tiny, vibrantly colored fish found […]

12.5 acres of streamside property preserved for the Cahaba River in Mountain Brook & Vestavia.

In late September, Ed and Memily Colvin joined a growing group of landowners who have […]

20 Species: Confederate Daisy

High on the secluded ridges of the Freshwater Land Trust’s private preserve on Double Oak Mountain, towering […]

20 Projects: Village Creek

At the Freshwater Land Trust, we’re celebrating our 20th anniversary of helping preserve and conserve […]

20 Species: Pygmy Sculpin

Alabama’s biological diversity is frequently cited as one of the best in the nation. However, […]

20 Species: Rough Hornsnail

In the currents of the Lower Coosa River and Shelby County’s Yellow Leaf Creek, there […]