OLT has a long track-record of successful land conservation in the Ozarks. In recent years, the bulk of this activity has been in the area of conservation easements on large farms and forests. These lands remain in private ownership, but their conservation values and scenic qualities are now protected in perpetuity.
OLT also owns more than 4,300 acres of nature preserves and sustainably managed forests. Most of these lands are open for exploration upon request.
|Project Type||Number of Projects||Acres|
|Community Land Trusts, Other||6||1,322|