Alabama

By the Numbers:

17,813 acres saved
  • Over 2,000 acres have been preserved in partnership with the Forest Service.
  • 1,920 acres have been protected though the Land Conservation Loan Program in Alabama.  

 


Featured Projects: Alabama

Connecting Pinhoti And Appalachian Trails

Connecting Pinhoti And Appalachian Trails

When the Appalachian Trail was mapped in the 1920s, the plan set out by Benton Mackaye called for a...
Little River Canyon

Little River Canyon

Clean and wild, the Little River in northeast Alabama is America’s longest mountaintop river, cutting through the deepest canyon...
Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Located about 40 miles south of Mobile, Alabama, Weeks Bay NERR encompasses more than 6,500 acres—of which nearly 5,000...

More Projects: Alabama

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Alabama

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Alabama

Day’s Gap Battlefield, site of a critical Civil War battle in Morgan and Cullman counties, Alabama, remains much as...
Coastal Headwaters Forest - Longleaf Conservation and Restoration

Coastal Headwaters Forest - Longleaf Conservation and Restoration

Longleaf pine forests once covered 90 million acres from Virginia to Texas.  Today, this habitat has been reduced to ±4.5...
Gulf Coast Conservation Vision Plan

Gulf Coast Conservation Vision Plan

The Gulf of Mexico, with its five bordering states—Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas—is a place of rich human...
Mapping the Future of Longleaf Pine

Mapping the Future of Longleaf Pine

Two hundred years ago, the “piney woods” of folk songs were a vast forest sweeping across 90 million acres...