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Anchorage takes over Campbell Creek Estuary

...access to tidal flats and views across Cook Inlet. The Great Land Trust conservation group raised $6.1 million to buy the...The deal closed Tuesday, and Mayor Dan Sullivan and Great Land Trust executive director Phil Shephard appeared at a news...
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

He has donated such an easement on his own homestead, an in-holding in Lake Clark National Park. Future generations will benefit. Other colorful stories will emerge, no doubt. Land trusts are not a new idea. The first is more than 100 years old, protecting Walden Pond in Concord, Mass.
Hikers get Rabbit Lake trail legalized but problems persist

...Lisa Eyler, executive director of the nonprofit The Great Land Trust, which helped facilitate the purchase of the 320 acres...development bordering the park. In December 2006, Great Land Trust launched its Pathways to the Chugach campaign to create...
Money for coastal preserve caught in tug-of-war

...changes to the preserve would unravel its funding. The Great Land Trust conservation group and the city of Anchorage have together...housing, which would boost property tax revenue. Great Land Trust executive director Phil Shephard said any property...
Anchorage protects Campbell Creek Estuary

...Assembly approved an ordinance Tuesday to turn the Campbell Creek Estuary into protected land. KTUU-TV reports the Great Land Trust conservation group agreed to raise about $200,000 for the upkeep of the property. Mayor Dan Sullivan had originally...
Regional News
Southeast land trust on the road to success

...that time, 1995, there were already three brand new Alaska land trusts: Kachemak Heritage Land Trust in Homer, Great Land Trust in Anchorage and Interior Land Trust in Fairbanks. Deborah returned convinced and put her shoulder and her purse...
State and local briefly

...have peaked and are expected to plummet soon. Lynx populations won't be far behind, Golden said. The nonprofit Great Land Trust mapped Anchorage wildlife last year and discovered that lynxes were being spotted in many areas around the city...


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