SALT holds a conservation easement on 478 acres in the Blacksher community of Baldwin County within the flood plain of the Alabama River. The property is generally flat, with higher ground near the river that slopes downward, very gradually, toward the southeast. It's forested throughout, primarily with mixed hardwoods such as large, mature willows oaks, water oaks, and bald cypress that dominates the southeast area. The habitat is suitable for wild turkeys, white-tailed deer, other mammals, and many species of reptiles and amphibians. It also provides critically-important habitat for neotropical migratory birds as well as wading birds and waterfowl. This property has significant conservation value in that it is relatively ecologically intact and is situated within a larger ecosystem that is undeveloped and will likely never be.