The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust

Overview

Our Mission

The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust celebrates and protects wild animals by creating permanent sanctuaries, preserving and enhancing natural habitats and confronting cruelty.

Our Staff

Full Time Staff: 5
Part Time Staff: 4

Operational Area and Acreage

Counties of Operation

No data is available

Acres Conserved

State Total Owned Under Easement Other**
Alabama 85   65   20   0  
Arkansas 1,861   1,471   390   0  
California 3,164   1,258   1,906   0  
Colorado 518   0   518   0  
Connecticut 414   0   414   0  
Florida 5   0   5   0  
Georgia 244   120   124   0  
Idaho 35   0   35   0  
Illinois 152   152   0   0  
Indiana 63   0   63   0  
Louisiana 110   40   70   0  
Maine 1,257   914   343   0  
Maryland 184   13   171   0  
Michigan 114   3   111   0  
Minnesota 180   120   60   0  
Mississippi 207   0   207   0  
Montana 440   0   440   0  
New Hampshire 959   676   283   0  
New Jersey 7   0   7   0  
New Mexico 1,292   0   1,292   0  
New York 861   569   292   0  
North Carolina 129   129   0   0  
Ohio 313   228   85   0  
Oregon 3,775   3,621   154   0  
Pennsylvania 172   12   160   0  
South Dakota 145   145   0   0  
Tennessee 165   0   165   0  
Texas 588   25   563   0  
Vermont 363   200   163   0  
Virginia 199   0   199   0  
Washington 92   0   92   0  
Wisconsin 1,009   597   412   0  
No data is available

**This figure includes land that has been acquired by land trusts - whether through purchase, donation or by another means - and subsequently has been transferred to a public agency. It also includes land protected through other methods such as negotiating and preparing for acquisition by other organizations or agencies.

Quick Facts

The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust

1255 23rd St. NW
Ste 450
Washington, DC 20037-1168

Contact Information

Phone: (301) 258-3036
Fax: (301) 258-9361
Email: sswartz@wlt.org
Website

History

Founded in: 1993
Alliance member since: 1992

This organization has adopted the 2017 Standards & Practices

This organization has adopted the 2004 Standards & Practices


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