The Longleaf Alliance

Location: EAST, Texas

The Longleaf Alliance (LLA) was established in 1995 with the goal of coordinating partnerships between between private landowners, forest industries, state and federal agencies, conservation groups, researchers, and other enthusiasts interested in managing and restoring longleaf pine forests for their ecological and economic benefit. The LLA’s mission is to guide restoration, stewardship, and conservation of the longleaf pine across the Southeast U.S. using science-based outreach, partnership engagement, and on-the-ground assistance. The LLA manages several programs including wildlife recovery programs, three Longleag Implementation Teams, and a water fund in the Savannah River Watershed. With a team of diverse professionals ranging from wildlife biologists to GIS technicians, the Longleaf Alliance provides a wide array of programs to protect the longleaf ecosystem.

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