PORT is an alliance of agricultural-focused conservation organizations dedicated to preserving America's working farms and ranches and conserving productive agricultural lands. Differentiating PORT members from other conservation organizations is the close and strong affiliations that PORT members have with their state livestock associations and other agriculture industry groups.
PORT was formed to increase the impact that its members could have on national land conservation policy, represent the needs of working lands and agricultural producers within America’s broader land trust community, and enhance the sharing of information and expertise. Together, PORT members have conserved more than three (3) million acres of the American west. Nationally, this represents roughly one in every six acres currently conserved through conservation easements held by private, non-profit organizations.
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