Treat yourself to a day of relaxation, plus help save of bit of Louisiana, as we float and paddle on the beautiful Tangipahoa River on the Northshore! Land Trust for Louisiana and Canoe and Trail Adventures will once again co-host this exciting canoe, kayak and paddle board adventure! As we float and paddle you can feel good knowing you are helping preserve natural lands and waterways of Louisiana!
The paddle follows a meandering course, white sand bars, heavily forested banks and modest currents! There will be speakers to provide information about the habitat and fauna we will see as we float along the river, as well as, information about the Land Trust for Louisiana and our mission.
Land Trust for Louisiana is holding its annual Fundraiser Sunday, November 5, 2017;from 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Due to a major downpour, the evening before the scheduled date back in May, that flooded the field on which guests would park their cars, we have rescheduled.
We’d love to have you be a sponsor, donate to the Silent Auction, or register individually and join us to enjoy some good food and drink while watching a polo match. Doing so will support our conservation efforts. We also need volunteers!
Land Trust for Louisiana is a 501(c)(3) non-profit land conservation organization dedicated to preserving valuable natural lands in rural areas and urban communities of Louisiana through donations, purchases and conservation servitudes. We aim to protect the state’s unique natural areas so that everyone, now and forever, will have beautiful natural spaces in which to live and play, not only in the countryside but in our cities and towns as well.
We work with community partners to create healthy and sustainable natural environments. We conserve ecosystems and landscape values in perpetuity through a variety of partnerships to preserve sensitive natural areas, farmland, ranchland, water sources, cultural resources, urban recreational areas, and notable landmarks.