Alabama

North Alabama’s rugged mountains, caves and rivers make up a remote and wild region that may be one of the nation’s lesser-known conservation treasures.

Our work in Alabama has helped land trusts conserve thousands of acres in the region’s pristine Paint Rock watershed. This critical locale plays an important role in a changing climate as a haven for biodiversity and maintainer of water quality.

Since 2012, we’ve made grants and loans totaling $2.9 million, which have helped the state’s conservation groups and agencies protect 13,643 acres of their most important places

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