ANNOUNCEMENT: We’re Accredited!
We’re very pleased to announce that the Interior Alaska Land Trust (IALT) has achieved national recognition – joining a network of 398 accredited land trusts across the nation! The Land Trust Accreditation Commission awarded us accreditation, signifying its confidence that lands we conserve will be protected forever.
We had to provide extensive documentation and undergo a comprehensive review as part of its accreditation application. The Board extends a big thank you to all our volunteers, community partners, and members for their ongoing support!
“It is exciting to recognize IALT with this distinction,” said Tammara Van Ryn, executive director of the Commission. “Accredited land trusts are united behind strong ethical standards ensuring the places people love will be conserved forever. Accreditation recognizes IALT has demonstrated sound finances, ethical conduct, responsible governance, and lasting stewardship.”
Cripple Creek Restoration Project
You may notice some construction taking place along Chena Pump Road near Cripple Creek. What’s happening? IALT has begun an exciting habitat and restoration project in this tributary of the Chena River Watershed. READ MORE…
Peat Ponds Improvements Completed!
This summer, thanks to a generous grant from the Rasmuson Foundation, we built a new trail around the ponds, added some interpretive signs and a new bird watching platform. READ MORE…