Conservation Easements

The 16,485 acres protected by ALT are diverse in size, habitat, and location throughout the state. The majority of this land is under conservation easement, but also includes land protected through fee simple donation. These properties are located in 36 counties and in 10 of Georgia’s 14 major watersheds (Chattahoochee, Coosa, Flint, Ocmulgee, Oconee, Ogeechee, Satilla, Savannah, Suwanee, and Tennessee). These lands include natural habitats and river frontage in addition to working agricultural land and land of historical significance. Many of these tracts connect with other protected land, as we work to create corridors adjacent to national forest, wildlife management areas, and land protected by other land trusts.

For more information, please contact

Conservation Director
Krisztian Varsa

Conservation Coordinator
Dyan Holt