|To be the leading agent for the conservation of the environment in Berks County. |
|Land Trust Alliance Member Since||1983|
|Adopted 2004 S&P|
|Adopted 2017 S&P*||Pending|
|Number of Full-time Staff||4|
|Number of Supporters||1,000|
|Land Protection Priorities||Important natural areas or wildlife habitats; Water quality, including wetlands; Working farms or ranchlands; Working forestland; Urban parks and gardens; Scenic views or landscapes|
*Indicates adoption of the 2017 Land Trust Standards and Practices
Counties of Operation
*This figure includes land that has been acquired by land trusts — whether through purchase, donation or by another means — and subsequently has been transferred to a public agency. It also includes land protected through other methods such as negotiating and preparing for acquisition by other organizations or agencies.
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