GALT 2019 Continuing Education Seminars and Events
Conservation Easements for Forest Landowners and their Advisors
Merry Acres Inn & Event Center
Co-sponsored by GALT and UGA’s Warnell School of Continuing Education, this 1 ½ day course features sustainable protection agreements for “working forest” land and conservation easement updates. Continuing Education credits, including Ethics.
Register online at http://conted.warnell.uga.edu/courses/consease2019
Trees Atlanta, Kendeda Center
9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., including lunch
This course addresses legal, appraisal, accounting, and ethical issues that can arise with the creation and management of conservation easements.
Recent case law will be discussed. Continuing Education credits, including Ethics.
Sirote & Permutt, P.C.
11:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., including lunch, and followed by reception.
This is the Birmingham presentation of the easement course held in Atlanta on September 24 (see Sept. 24 event description). Continuing Education credits, including Ethics. Sponsorship provided by GALT and the Alabama Chapter of the American Institute of Appraisers.
Register online at: http://www.myappraisalinstitute.org/education/more_info.aspx?id=49039
For more information, contact Pam Paulk at 205-835-0808, or email her at email@example.com.
W.C. Bradley Co.
12:00 noon – 2:00 p.m., including lunch
Get ethics and professionalism hours and recent case law updates on conservation easements over a late lunch.
For more information, contact Debra Pitt at
7th Annual RayDay
Serenbe Inn Meadow
Chattahoochee Hills, GA
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 pm.
The Ray C. Anderson Foundation sponsors this family-oriented day of discovery about sustainability. Food trucks, children’s activities, and eco-education. Come meet our GALT representatives, make connections, and join in the conversation at this zero waste event. Tickets are free but registration is required at https://www.raycandersonfoundation.org/rayday
GALT Tower Shoot
WC Bradley Farms
(Rain Date November 14)
Good food, a 5-Stand for warming up, “money birds,” and prize drawings, all in support of GALT’s conservation efforts.
For more information, contact Debra Pitt at 256-447-1006 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Georgia-Alabama Land Trust – Conservation as Legacy
The Georgia-Alabama Land Trust, Inc. is a nonprofit conservation organization that actively works to protect and steward land. We are the largest land trust that services the Southeastern region of the United States. Since 1994, our mission has been protecting land for present and future generations.
Land trusts and conservation easements often help families keep their family farms. Most land trusts are community-, state- or region-based and deeply connected to local needs. They are well-equipped to identify land that offers critical natural habitat as well as recreational, agricultural and other ecological value.
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As of December, 2018, we protect over 380,000 acres
of natural resources including working farms, forests and wetlands.
Protected Areas in Georgia & Alabama
20% Freshwater & Coastal – 30% Forests & Tree Farms – 50% Farms & Plantations
An Accredited Conservation Organization
The Georgia-Alabama Land Trust, Inc. is an accredited member of the Land Trust Alliance, a national land trust organization with a mission to “save the places people love by strengthening land conservation across America.” Since 1982, The Land Trust Alliance has actively promoted voluntary private land preservation to benefit communities and natural systems. The LTA is the national standard bearer and an advocate for more than 1,000 land trusts across America. Read more about the Land Trust Alliance