Land gives us life
We get much of our food from land.
And our water, which flows cleanly when we respect the land.
We need land for good health—places to play and explore, to exercise and unwind.
We need land for our vibrant community—gardens, nature preserves, and trails that draw us together.
We need land for wildlife and plant life— for our survival.
And we need the beauty of the land— for inspiration and to bring us a sense of serenity.
How can the world become a place where people and nature live harmoniously side by side?
Birds will show us the way.And the Trust is advancing bird conservation research to find out how.
You probably never thought of your property as a wildlife preserve
"It actually represents the last chance we have for sustaining plants and animals
that were once common throughout the U.S." -Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home
And the Trust is demonstrating how our home landscapes can make a positive impact.