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Land Trust of North Alabama

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Long recognized as a leading center for technical research and the space industry, Huntsville/Madison County, Alabama, is one of the fastest growing areas in the nation. Our North Alabama region seeks to attract innovative, future-oriented economic development. Recreational, educational, and aesthetic amenities of the area are important factors in recruiting new businesses and employees.

The image of our community is entwined with the quality of life it offers.

Land Trust of North Alabama offers a balance between growth and preservation. We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for present and future generations. This quality of life will ensure our region's prospects for continued economic prosperity.

The Land Trust preserves land and its legacies for conservation, public recreation, and environmental education to enhance quality of life in North Alabama now and for the future.

The Land Trust leads the region and community in planning, preserving, and providing stewardship for public greenspace including: recreation and wildlife corridors; historic and geologic features; wetlands and watersheds; urban open spaces; mountains, hillsides, and scenic views.

The Land Trust is passionate about preserving lands for public use and encouraging all citizens to experience the benefits of the natural world resources promoting recreation and nature-based learning.
The Land Trust promotes conservation, sustainable development, and smart growth as a viable means for improving quality of life and public health.
The Land Trust stewards greenspace to protect the regional ecology and the legacies of the land.
The Land Trust practices and promotes environmentally-friendly living and sustainable business practices.
The Land Trust values and appreciates its reputation as an ethical and effective business in land preservation and stewardship.

You have an opportunity to alter the future of North Alabama. You can help to protect the scenic vistas, critical wetlands, and green corridors which define this area of the South and make it so attractive. You can help to ensure that in one year, ten years or 100 years from now the natural character we love will still be present.

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