What a Weekend!

We don’t know about you, but we here at Land Trust for Louisiana had a great weekend! With so many great changes happening at LTL, our Board Members decided it was about time for another retreat! Hosted in downtown Hammond, the event took place over two days with lots of discussion about our upcoming birthday!…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LAND TRUST FOR LOUISIANA HOSTS Land Conservation in Louisiana: What Does it Mean to You? Bossier City, Louisiana, August 7, 2014 – Land Trust for Louisiana, a non-profit 501(c)(3) land conservation organization based in Hammond, LA, will host a workshop for Louisiana landowners on the many benefits of land conservation to help…

LTL is in the News–Again! And Again!

Propeller Accelerator Fellow, Land Trust for Louisiana, highlighted for their work with local community based organizations to create a new community green space for the Zion City neighborhood. “Fighting Blight in New Orleans Neighborhoods”–The Foundation for Louisiana “Throw Me Something Mister: Blight Resource Guide provides a starting point for residents and communities”–New Orleans Advocate

LTL is in the News!

Land Trust for Louisiana: The WEB Project for Broadmoor For Release: June 19, 2014 Today the Land Trust for Louisiana announced the award of a grant for $82,750.00 in support of a neighborhood project to demonstrate the effectiveness of landscape measures to reduce local flooding.  Responding to a request for proposals issued by the Sewerage…

New Blight-Fighting Tools to be Unveiled at June 28 Zion City Event

June 17, 2014 Contact: Alex Miller, (504) 300-0830 Keith Twitchell, (504) 430-2258 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Blight-Fighting Tools to be Unveiled at June 28 Zion City Event Councilmember Cantrell to be featured speaker; new community park also debuting Despite welcome recent progress, blight remains a substantial problem in New Orleans. Residents, neighborhoods and community groups…