Clean Water for the Huzzah!

ORLT staff and volunteers, alongside dedicated property owners, are protecting the nearby Huzzah Creek from sedimentation, erosion, and contamination by building alternative water systems for grazing cattle. These systems promote healthier livestock while simultaneously improving the natural quality of the creek and river waters.

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ORLT offers several ways to assist in our mission to protect the Ozarks forever. We are a membership organization that you can join. You can volunteer. You can donate cash, stock or property. Click below to donate. Learn more about opportunities to help.

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Empowering People to Protect the Ozarks Forever

The Ozark Regional Land Trust is a non-profit conservation land trust operating throughout the Ozark region, which includes portions of Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas, and Oklahoma. ORLT's mission is to empower people to protect the natural resources of the Ozarks forever.

This is accomplished through various methods, including conservation easements and nature preserves. Since its founding in 1984, ORLT has protected more than 25,000 acres, including extensive hardwood forests, river frontage, caves, springs, working farmland, and urban greenspace. Please contact us if you would like to get involved with this work.