Where the Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation Works
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The Gulf Partnership works in the Gulf Coast region of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. We use the following definition to describe our service area:
- the coastal management zones of the Gulf Coast States,
- any adjacent land, water and watersheds within 25 miles of the coastal zones; and
- all federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico.
Our partner organizations work with individual landowners and local communities from the Texas/Mexico border to the southern tip of Florida. Some of our partners work in all 5 states and protect thousands of acres while others focus on a single county or watershed.
To find out more about our partners and the incredible resources they protect, visit their websites listed below.
Working Together to Advance Land and Water Conservation in the Gulf of Mexico region
The members of the Gulf Partnership work together to increase the pace, quality and permanence of land and water conservation
Our member organizations have long-established relationships with private landowners and public agencies throughout the Gulf Coast region, and combine decades worth of experience working to permanently conserve public and private lands and waters for habitat, scenic and cultural resources, nature-based recreation, resilience, water quality and numerous other natural and human services.
Become a Partner
Membership is open to nonprofit conservation organizations that operate in the Gulf region of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi or Texas. Members must have land protection as a key part of their mission.