As our state continues to grow, our remaining natural places are under threat. Already in Minnesota:
of Minnesota's lakes, rivers, and streams do not meet current water quality standards
of our wetlands have been lost, leading to poor water quality, increased flooding, and decreased habitat
of our prairies are gone, making them one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world
That’s why the Minnesota Land Trust works to protect and restore the natural places we all cherish and engage the next generation in the outdoors. Learn more about how we’re having an impact together.
Follow our protection, restoration and engagement work, and learn about the native habitats and species that make Minnesota special.
Map Key: Red X = restored property site
Yellow point = protected property site
The Land Trust works statewide to protect and restore the best natural places in our state. Learn more!