Allegheny Land Trust

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Basic Information

Address: 409 Broad Street Suite 206B Pittsburgh, PA
Phone Number: 412-741-2750
Director: Christopher Beichner

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Additional Information

Causes Served: Environmental, Conservation, Water Quality, Biodiversity, Greenspace
Clearances Required: No
Background Check: No
Population Served: Communities in and around Allegheny County
Ages for Volunteer: 12+
Hours of Service: 3 per month
Minimum Hours Required: 6
Days of Service: 1 per month
Mission Statement:

Allegheny Land Trust 's mission is to serve as the lead land trust conserving and stewarding lands that support the scenic, recreational and environmental well-being of communities in Allegheny County and its environs.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Our Vision is to successfully and widely protect the scenic beauty, water quality, and biodiversity of the greater Pittsburgh area, and offer educational and recreational opportunities in the region for current and future generations.

Our values are acheived by…Taking a proactive and balanced approach to land conservation and stewardship to maximize the greatest public benefit.

Being accountable for our actions and inactions while always focusing on the best interest of the community first.

Seeking the highest levels of accreditation and excellence with our standards and practices.

Being inclusive and transparent when gathering community and partner input on important issues affecting land conservation.

Always striving to effectively and efficiently communicate our challenges and successes to our stakeholders.

Always serving and representing the organization ethically and with integrity.

Being fiscally responsible with our assets, investments and resources.

Program History:

- Incorporated in 1993
- Currently protecting over 1,700 acres in Allegheny and Washington Counties
- Protecting land in 25 municipalities
- Over 500 volunteers per year contributing over 5,000 hours of volunteer time.


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