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20 Projects: Double Oak Mountain

At the Freshwater Land Trust, we’re celebrating our 20th anniversary of helping preserve and conserve […]

20 Species: Cahaba Shiner

Free-flowing for 194 miles through the state of Alabama – the last river of its […]

20 Years Ago: Wendy Jackson

As we celebrate our 20th anniversary at the Freshwater Land Trust, we’re taking time to […]

20 Species: Black Warrior Waterdog

While it’s also referred to as a “mud puppy,” the Black Warrior waterdog is canine […]

The Locust Fork Mitigation Bank

Northeast of the city of Birmingham in the rolling farmlands of Blount County, big […]

20 Species: The Rush Darter

In the Tombigbee-Black Warrior drainage in central Alabama lives one special little fish that calls […]

20 Species: Flattened Musk Turtle

At the Freshwater Land Trust, we protect more than just water and land; we protect […]

20 Donors – Bob and Ann Tate

Bob and Ann Tate, long-time wildflower and bird enthusiast, own 14-acres of beautiful property covered […]

Upcoming Red Rock Tuesday

It’s that time again! We’re kicking off the start of spring with a Red Rock […]