There are ample opportunities to work with GTA in multiple capacities. Connect with us for a great opportunity! Email Executive Director Kirk Mantay at email@example.com to discuss opportunities.
Join / Nominate Someone for our Board in 2024!
For over 20 years, Green Trust Alliance (GTA) has worked with funders, public lands agencies, and local landowners to protect and restore coastal forests, wetlands, streams and shorelines in the Mid-Atlantic region. Whether our staff is leading volunteers to clean a public kayak launch, contracting with a park agency to restore an unmaintained waterfowl impoundment, or conducting a major ecological restoration project in what some nonprofits would call “impossible sites,” GTA believes that active stewardship of protected lands and park lands is key to ensuring direct public benefits to local communities.
We have amazing staff and a growing, skilled and experienced board. We are looking for new board members to bring new perspective, energy, and skills to continue our growth. Click here to learn more, and here to express interest in this opportunity.
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Seeking Landowner Partners
We are seeking shoreline sites for future living shorelines. We can work with public or private properties in NJ, DE, or MD with at least 1,500 feet of eroding coastal shorelines or failing bulkheads.
We are seeking publicly or privately owned parks, farms, and forests in MD, east of I-95, with at least 500 feet of eroding streams and wetlands for restoration projects.
We are seeking small waterfront or forested properties in urban or suburban areas with erosion control or invasive species needs (fee for service projects).
We are able to hold donated conservation easements and deed restrictions in MA, NJ, MD, and NC. There are costs and fees associated with these transactions and the required stewardship of conserved properties. Focus areas include Raritan Bay Watershed (New Jersey), Coastal New Jersey, Eastern Shore of Maryland, Southern Maryland (South of Route 50), Eastern North Carolina.