Land Protection Resources
Land conservancy is an important aspect of bringing the Trout Unlimited mission to life. TU’s land protection program works to foster collaborative partnerships, develop funding sources, organize volunteer support, provide technical support and celebrate success stories.
NLC Land Conservancy Work Group
The National Leadership Council’s Land Conservancy work group strives to cultivate funding sources through TU’s Conservancy Fund. The fund is much like TU’s Embrace A Stream grant program in that it offers financial assistance to land trusts and other conservancy groups in acquiring land and easements to protect coldwater resources and access to them in partnership with TU chapters and councils.
A Guide for TU Chapters: Working with Land Trusts
Everything you need to know about working with land trusts. Basics of land trust operation, conservation easements and TU’s role in their creation, public angling access scenarios, technical support options, and communicating with landowner are covered.
A Guide for Land Trusts: Working with Trout Unlimited
Give this guide to your local land trust to help them protect coldwater resources. The guide covers leveraging funding with fisheries science, grant programs for transaction costs and restoration projects as well as easement drafting for coldwater issues.
Land Protection Project: Success Stories and Case Studies
This booklet gives short descriptions of successful land protection projects covering both eastern and western examples.
Additional web-based tools and resources