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Across the state, our 32 member land trusts are at the forefront of work to safeguard a diverse and connected natural world, support a vibrant working-lands economy, broaden access to the outdoors, and foster an ethic of engagement with the landscapes that sustain our quality of life. Since 2008, we have been a unified hub and central voice for these diverse conservation champions, representing a network of staff, board members, supporters, and volunteers over 60,000 strong.

The Washington Association of Land Trusts connects and leverages the work of its 32 members organizations to advance policies and programs that protect and restore the lands that sustain us.  Land trusts partner with communities across the state to conserve land for future generations – but success hinges on robust public funding and effective tools.

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Download our fact sheet on 2020 Policy Priorities

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Check out our Strategic Plan

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Our Mission

We increase the collective strength and excellence of the land trust community in Washington. We do this by:

 

Supporting a dynamic community of practice    


The Washington Association of Land Trusts is a not for profit organized under the laws of Washington and is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Our annual IRS 990 filing is available upon request.

If you have a question about WALT, please call us at (206) 274-2910 or contact us for more information.