Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservationupdated: March 2015

The Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation (the Gulf Partnership) is a coalition of 30 local, regional and national conservation organizations that work in the Gulf Coast region within the five Gulf of Mexico states – Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. Our mission is to increase the pace, quality and permanence of voluntary land and water conservation within the coastal region.

Our member organizations work with private landowners and local communities to protect the most important natural resources and beautiful landscapes in the region: ranchlands, mangrove forests, bays, bayous, estuaries, fresh water springs, longleaf pine forests, as well as sandy beaches and barriers islands.

The Gulf Partnership operates under the umbrella of the Land Trust Alliance and is governed by an Executive Committee comprised of leaders from partner organizations.

Alternate Contact:

Julia Weaver


Contact Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation

Elizabeth Barber

Phone: 601-957-3443
Cell Phone: 601-214-3093
Fax: 601-957-3424

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