1995-2019 ~ Celebrating 24 years of land conservation in Southeast Alaska

With the help of our supporters, the Southeast Alaska Land Trust has worked to permanently conserve over 3,500 acres
of wetlands, recreation lands, wildlife habitat, open space, and subsistence lands throughout Southeast Alaska.

You won’t want to miss this!

Come spend an evening with the Southeast Alaska Land Trust and local historian and explorer, Brian Weed, as he introduces Alaska’s largest hiking group: Juneau’s Hidden History, and guides us on a tour of the Lost Rocker Mine. 

We conserved the Honsinger Wetlands!

We are thrilled to say that we have conserved the Honsinger Wetlands, in Juneau. Click the link below, to learn more.

You can improve the Marjory & Edgar Huizer Fishing Access Site

We truly believe that the protection of open space and recreational opportunities are essential for creating a healthy and strong community, and helps to make Southeast Alaska a better place to live and work. Find out how you can help!


The Land Trust Alliance accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. The Southeast Alaska Land Trust is pleased to announce it is applying for renewal of accreditation. A public comment period is now open.