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The Wild Feathers to Headline 9th Annual Land Aid

We are excited to announce our 9th annual Land Aid event! Headlining this year’s concert […]

Staff Q&A: Farewell to Lacy & Charles

For the past year, Lacy Kamber and Charles Miller have served with us as Americorps […]

New Staff Q&A: Mary Beth Brown

Last month, Mary Beth Brown joined the Freshwater Land Trust as our new Director of […]

Kiwanis Breaks Ground on New Park and Vulcan Trail

We are excited to announce that last Friday, May 19, 2017, the Kiwanis Club of […]

Turkey Creek Restoration Continues thanks to FLT partners

In a small watershed in northwest Jefferson County lives a tiny, vibrantly colored fish found […]

2017 Board of Directors

The Freshwater Land Trust is excited to welcome three new members to our Board of […]

Freshwater Land Trust Hike Series

The Freshwater Land Trust is excited to announce its 2017 Seasonal Hike Series!

Throughout the spring […]

Why the Red Rock Trail matters

In 1925, renowned landscape architects Fredrick Law Olmsted, Jr. and John Charles Olmstead designed a […]

12.5 acres of streamside property preserved for the Cahaba River in Mountain Brook & Vestavia.

In late September, Ed and Memily Colvin joined a growing group of landowners who have […]