The Freshwater Land Trust: Mapping the Places that Matter

Over the past several months, the Freshwater Land Trust has gathered input from hundreds of stakeholders in Central Alabama–from elected officials to community organizations, outdoor recreation groups to scientists and the business community.  We have gathered valuable and expansive information with which to create a Community Conservation Plan that we can all be proud of–but we want your input!  Please join us for the final community stakeholder meeting on Monday, October 19 at Vulcan Park.  
 
The Freshwater Land Trust is in the process of creating a Community-Based Land Conservation Plan that will guide our land conservation work in the most effective and efficient way to achieve the highest level of conservation benefit for our community.  We now stand poised to act on the tremendous conservation opportunities present throughout Jefferson, Tuscaloosa, Walker, Blount, St. Clair, Shelby, Bibb, and Chilton Counties, and create significant environmental, social, health and economic impacts that will positively affect our region for years to come.
 
Gathering input from people like you.
 
The Freshwater Land Trust would like you to be a part of this process.  This Community Conservation Plan has the potential to dramatically and positively impact the landscape of North-Central Alabama, and it is important that we gather input from community members like you.  Please join us in offering your thoughts on the “places that matter,” how they should be protected and managed, and what we can do to enhance the community’s enjoyment of its natural spaces.
 
Save the Date!
 
Please join us TODAY! Monday, October 19 at 4:00 p.m. at Vulcan Park and Museum to contribute your thoughts and insight into this planning process. Please RSVP to Sipiwe Moyo at (205) 254-0129 or sipiwe@clarusgroup.net. 

For more information about the Freshwater Land Trust, please visit www.freshwaterlandtrust.org.
 

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