Stewardship is defined as “the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one’s care.”

Stewardship broadly describes the daily practice of protecting and maintaining natural landscapes. It is our commitment to community and helping you connect and thrive on these landscapes that inspires us to continue our work.

Inviting You to a Higher Quality of Life

Our commitment to stewardship extends beyond protecting the land; it includes the warm welcome and persistent invitations to enjoy the many benefits of wild open spaces and natural playgrounds. We believe the character of our community has been built by these treasured landscapes, and our job is to ensure that they continue to shape our lives and our future.

Supporting Family Traditions & Storytelling

Stewardship also includes supporting the establishment of family traditions to get outside, celebrate, and connect offline. Time spent with the people you love in natural landscapes gives rise to the stories that perpetuate culture and help keep families together. You bring the family, we provide the wild open spaces to make it happen.

Storytellers are stewards of tradition, heritage, history, and connection.

They capture the moments and reminders that call us back together with the natural wonders to enjoy them and each other. Stewardship includes creating stories about ourselves and the land – think of the classics of Henry David Thoreau and John Muir. Now, think of the latest helmet cam footage you saw documenting the latest, "gnarliest" adventurers of our modern times. Now think, how would you tell your story?

Conserve Your Land

Conserve Your Land

Get Involved

Get Involved

Get Connected

Contact Us

Georgia-Alabama Land Trust
226 Old Ladiga Road
Piedmont, AL 36272
Tel: 256-447-1006

Savannah Office:
428 Bull Street, Suite 201
Savannah, GA 31401
Tel: 912-231-0507