By becoming a Member of the Sandhills Area Land Trust, you can directly enhance a rich legacy of conservation protection that future generations will be able to treasure and enjoy. As a member, your benefits include:
- Participation in member-only field trips
- SALT’s newsletter SALT Works
- Pride that you are helping to conserve the Sandhills
SALT’s “Hands to Lands” Volunteer Program
The Hands to Lands volunteer program supports the conservation and land management work of the Sandhills Area Land Trust. The program began in 2003 to help protect the Longleaf Pine ecosystem through community involvement on the natural lands owned and managed by SALT. Plans are being made to expand the work of volunteers supervised by SALT to include sites operated by other Sandhills conservation organizations.
Guided by seasoned professional coordinators, Hands to Lands volunteers accomplish important land management and stewardship activities for SALT and its conservation partners including The Nature Conservancy, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Sandhills Ecological Institute, and the U.S. Army at Ft. Bragg, N.C. SALT recruits and manages volunteers, identifis volunteer projects and works collaboratively with partner organizations to ensure volunteers have a meaningful and enjoyable experience.
Make a Donation
If you enjoyed your Sandhills Heritage Gateway experience, please consider making a donation. The strains on our land and clean water resources affect us all. Your gift will help provide the much needed resources necessary to support our land preservation and clean water efforts. Thank you!
Donation by Mail Donation Online
Sandhills Heritage Gateway
P.O. Box 1032
Southern Pines, NC 28388