Reviewing and Renewing

TILT will be applying for renewal of accreditation by the Land Trust Alliance Accreditation Commission in 2019.

Accreditation indicates that your land trust meets the highest national standards for land trust practices and procedures, and assures the land trust’s ability to meet its obligations to protect land in perpetuity. The process requires re-accreditation every five years.

TILT was first accredited in 2009, in the second class of land trusts to achieve this distinction, and in 2015, it earned “Renewed Accreditation” status. 

This cycle represents the second time TILT will apply for renewal.

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  • Mabel Walker at TILT’s Summer Gathering
    Mabel Walker at TILT’s Summer Gathering

    Press Releases

    IN MEMORIUM: Mabel Walker

    It is with a heavy heart that TILT notes the passing of Mabel Walker.

  • Tom Walker, winner of the burl bowl, hand carved by Doug Drumm. photo by Laurie Pike.
    Tom Walker, winner of the burl bowl, hand carved by Doug Drumm. photo by Laurie Pike.

    Newsletters

    NY Philanthropist Wins Burl Bowl

    Congratulations to Tom Walker!

  • Donation Box at Preserve trailhead
    Donation Box at Preserve trailhead

    Newsletters

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.

    Every dollar counts!

  • Sean Heagerty (l) and Ryan Aubertine haul materials into the Crooked Creek Preserve.
    Sean Heagerty (l) and Ryan Aubertine haul materials into the Crooked Creek Preserve.

    Newsletters

    Reflections from Summer Land Stewards

    Ryan Aubertine and Sean Heagerty reflect on their summer internship experience.