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More than 1600 local and regional land trusts across America are helping private landowners and municipalities build a green infrastructure of conserved lands that will support thriving natural and human communities. The majority of these publicly supported land trusts focus on open space and agricultural lands conservation, but a significant number also engage in natural areas protection. The Land Trust Alliance, the national coordinating body and voice of the land trust community, is an invaluable resource for individuals wanting information about land conservation. Visit www.lta.org to find a land trust in your area.

Numerous local, regional, national, and international organizations are working directly to protect wildlife and wild habitat. Some of the conservation groups and initiatives mentioned in Wildlands Philanthropy: The Great American Tradition include:

 

Amazon Conservation Association
Area de Conservación Guanacaste
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
Cheetah Conservation Fund
Cuenca Los Ojos
Conservation International
Conservacion Patagonica
Conservation Land Trust
Conservation Northwest
Floracliff
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
Highlands Nature Sanctuary
Kentucky Natural Lands Trust
Maine Coast Heritage Trust
National Audubon Society
Nokuse Plantation
Northeast Wilderness Trust
Open Space Institute
RESTORE: The North Woods
Southern Plains Land Trust
The Conservation Fund
The Nature Conservancy
The Wildlands Conservancy
Trust for Public Land
Western Watersheds Project
Wildlife Conservation Society
World Wildlife Fund

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