American Land Conservancy

The American Land Conservancy (ALC) is a national nonprofit land conservation organization that protects land and water resources for the benefit of people and wildlife. We conserve critical habitat for plants and animals, protect threatened lands and rivers, preserve working farms and ranches, and create new outdoor recreation areas that allow people to enjoy and explore the natural world.

The mission of the American Land Conservancy is to protect our natural heritage by conserving land for the benefit of people and wildlife.

Contact American Land Conservancy

Kerry O'Toole
369 Pine Street
Suite 700
San Francisco, California  94104
Phone: (301) 770-6496
Toll Free: (415) 912-3660
Fax: (415) 912-3662


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Alaska
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Illinois
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Nevada
  • Oregon
  • Washington

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Related Success Stories for American Land Conservancy

Middle Mississippi River Wetland Restoration
Since the Great Flood of 1993 American Land Conservancy has been helping restore bottomland hardwood habitat, sidechannels and wetlands from St. Louis to Cairo, IL.

Perenosa Bay, Afognak Island
Coastal rainforest and salmon rivers are being conserved for Alaska Department of Natural Resources in an area identified as the top habitat for Exxon Valdez oil spill injured fish and wildlife.