Farewell to Nic Rogers

We also say goodbye to our good friend and associate, Conservation Program Manager Nic Rogers, who has been both an exceptional steward of OLT’s lands and manager of a number of new protection projects. He is moving West to be closer to family and for his fiancé Alexis’ new position in Utah. Nic has been an […]

June 2021:Members Advisory Committee and Annual Members Meetings!

Join us ONLINE for two upcoming meetings to get more involved and learn more about the work Ozark Land Trust is doing. Wednesday, June 9, 5 pm: Members Advisory Committee. Want to help OLT with developing our outreach to our members, supporters and landowners, and to offer ideas to OLT Board and staff? Join us […]

Ozark Land Trust Annual Meeting Week: Auction, Premiere Video and Online Members Meeting!

Annual Meeting Week 2020 JUST ADDED: ANOTHER BOARD NOMINATION: Ozark Land Trust is having a variety of events during the week of September 7-12: Our first ever Online Auction is running from Sept 7-12 but you can register now at https://secure.qgiv.com/event/oltauction/register/ Then download the Givi app on your iPhone or Android and you’ll be all […]

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Ozark Land Trust Receives $100,000 Grant from Trulaske Foundation for Huzzah Creek Restoration

Ozark Land Trust (www.ozarklandtrust.org), a Missouri nonprofit organization, has received a generous $100,000 grant from the Robert J. Trulaske, Jr. Family Foundation for streambank restoration along Huzzah Creek, a major tributary of the Meramec River. The Huzzah Creek watershed, with its crystal clear spring-fed streams, rich plant and animal life is one of the most […]

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ORLT Advocates for Ozark Land in Washington DC!

In early April, ORLT Executive Director Peggy Horner headed to Washington D.C. for 2.5 days with 35 other land trusts to meet with our Congressmen to discuss important legislation regarding land conservation. Since the ORLT mission covers all the Ozarks, she met with members from both Missouri and Arkansas.   “I tried to meet with […]

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Discover Prairie Wildflowers!

Don Kurz, a member of ORLT, recently published his 10th nature book, “Prairie Wildflowers.”  This field guide covers the wildflowers of the tallgrass prairies of the 15 Midwestern states that are within this unique ecoregion. Don is a retired ecologist from the Missouri Department of Conservation and an avid photographer. He has spent more than […]

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Announcing Our Accreditation!

We are proud to announce that we’ve officially received our accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission! The accreditation is designated by the placement of this seal on our website and materials. According to the commission, “The accreditation seal is a mark of distinction in land conservation. It is awarded to land trusts meeting the […]

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Speak For The River

Every winter our family and friends visit gravel bars in Missouri. This is one of our favorite traditions. Our twelve-year-old heads for the water, no matter what the temperature, in search of sculpins and crayfish. (We believe he was a polar bear in a former life). He picks up, or attempts to pick up, every […]