The Mission of the Nebraska Land Trust

To foster the protection of agricultural, historical and natural resources on land in Nebraska, through education, partnering, and permanent conservation.
A place to heal and remember: Northern Cheyenne Monument is dedicated on protected land in Pine Ridge
When you plan a mid-July event outdoors in Nebraska’s Pine Ridge, you prepare for the worst and hope for the best. So a large tent was erected to shelter attendees from blazing sun or heavy rain at the dedication of a Monument to the Cheyenne Breakout of 1879. However, Mother Nature was kind the morning of July 15, 2016, providing a cloudy sky and a cool breeze that had some people reaching for coats including Dave Sands, the Nebraska Land Trust’s (NLT) executive director who had served on the Monument Committee to help raise $150,000 for its completion. [Read the full story]
NET’s “Nebraska Stories”: Sowbelly Canyon
NET Television’s series “Nebraska Stories” showcases the restoration of Sowbelly Canyon, which was recently protected by Jim and Chris Voeller through a Nebraska Land Trust conservation easement. The once pine-covered property has experienced some destructive natural events through the years by hot crown fires and flash floods. Restoration efforts by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and dedicated landowners are bringing back its beauty. [Read the full story]