Looking for Longleaf Seedlings?

November 2, 2023

Planting season is upon us! The Longleaf Alliance knows that some folks are still looking for longleaf pine seedlings for this season's projects. We also know that nurseries, consultants, and tree planters often have some inventory unexpectedly available. We'd like to help connect these folks! Starting Friday, November 3rd, TLA will create a Facebook post for seedling needs and surplus inventor

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Burn season is coming: are you ready?

October 26, 2023

Cool days and long nights, the seasons are changing. Whether your management plan calls for burning this winter or later in the year, good planning is a crucial factor to success. Here are four tips to make sure you're burn ready. Plan: As the adage goes, if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail. A burn plan ensures that every variable is considered and addressed before the fire is lit. P

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Longleaf Forests Do It All

September 26, 2023

Longleaf pine forests provide wildlife habitat for imperiled species, sequester carbon, protect water quality, and produce high-quality wood products! We are excited to have the longleaf ecosystem and The Longleaf Alliance's work with our partners featured in this incredible video, including our efforts to promote prescribed fire, climate resilience, biodiversity, and longleaf restoration with th

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Shop – Conserve – Restore

August 23, 2023

The Longleaf Alliance launched the Inaugural Online Auction in 2021 to showcase our members' and conservation partners' talents and goods and raise vital funds to continue our on-the-ground longleaf pine ecosystem restoration and conservation efforts. The Online Auction has now become a biennial tradition to bring the longleaf community together for friendly bidding wars in the years we are not h

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Alabama’s Longleaf Ecosystem Restoration Team

August 15, 2023

Providing Technical Assistance in Managing Longleaf Pine Alabama's Longleaf Ecosystem Restoration Team (ALERT) was formed in 2011 to help connect landowners seeking technical assistance with longleaf pine with the growing team of specialists in Alabama that will respond to requests. The team approach connects experts from different backgrounds into an efficient network across Alabama to ad

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Longleaf for the Long Run

August 3, 2023

Economic Opportunities Landowners Need to Know Longleaf pine ecosystems historically dominated the Southeast, occurring on 90 million acres from Eastern Texas to Southern Virginia. With only a fraction of longleaf remaining today, landowners have many reasons to restore this iconic species while realizing its economic and ecological benefits. The Longleaf Alliance's newest outreach resource

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Longleaf Partners Set Prescribed Fire Record in 2022

July 20, 2023

America's Longleaf Restoration Initiative is proud to debut the 2022 Range-wide Accomplishment Report celebrating 2.2+ million acres of accomplishments ranging from prescribed fire application to new longleaf plantings to land protection. In fiscal year 2022, ALRI partners: - Planted 123,304 acres of new longleaf pine - Protected 38,796 acres through acquisitions and easements - Applied pres

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The Longleaf Alliance Announces Retirement of Anne Rilling, VP for Business

June 27, 2023

It is with mixed emotions that The Longleaf Alliance announces the upcoming retirement of our Vice President for Business Anne Rilling. Anne joined The Longleaf Alliance (TLA) team in November 2009 and in January 2012 she assumed the position of VP for Business. She has been an essential leader of our Team, setting a standard for all other TLA staff to follow.  As the staff member with the lo

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GCPEP Staff Take a Break from the Field to Teach Alabama and Florida Students

May 15, 2023

Classroom in the Forest Invasive Species Coordinator Emma McKee presented at Classroom in the Forest at Conecuh National Forest. It was a wonderful event with nearly 300 students attending. Classroom in the Forest, coordinated by The Alabama TREASURE Forest Association, enables school children to get a close-up look at private forestland and private forest landowners, as well as the many TR

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Welcoming Wildlife Into Our Landscapes – Coastal WildScapes 13th Annual Symposium

April 13, 2023

The 13th Annual Coastal WildScapes Symposium was held at the Richmond Hill City Center in Richmond Hill, Georgia. The theme "Welcoming Wildlife Into Our Landscapes" attracted 81 participants for the event. Gage LaPierre of the University of Florida Native Plant Nursery and Natural Teaching Area Laboratory chronicled his efforts to restore native groundcover in urban habitats. Diana Churchill, a

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