It’s all in how you see it—bring your unique perspective on nature to our photography contest. Each image is an act of preservation.
From fishing line to tires, trash in our waterways often ends up in those hard-to-reach places along shorelines, places only accessible by water.
SALT is governed by a 23-member volunteer Board of Directors. We are pleased to welcome four new members.
SALT and the City of Mobile entered into a conservation easement agreement to protect 96 acres on Perch Creek, a tributary of Dog River.
SALT has been awarded renewed land trust accreditation – proving once again that, as part of a network of more than 400 accredited land trusts nationwide, we are committed to professional excellence and to maintaining the public’s trust in our conservation work.
The date’s been set, co-chairs announced, and the band is booked . . .
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