It’s been 12 years since the last revision of Land Trust Standards and Practices (S&P). Land trusts should take this opportunity to influence this revision, as it will impact their work for years to come–not only through the S&P itself, but as it is reflected in the Accreditation Commission’s and Terrafirma’s requirements.
To download the S&P Discussion Draft and a document describing the rational behind changes, visit this website.
There are two pathways for those wishing to comment on the draft:
- Access the Ethelo interactive public forum using Facebook login, Twitter login, or a unique account; or
- Email comments to email@example.com
PALTA Executive Director Andy Loza has published observations and comments regarding S&P. To view them, follow the links below: