The Longleaf Alliance

To ensure a sustainable future for the longleaf pine ecosystem through partnerships, landowner assistance and science-based education and outreach.

To accomplish the LLA mission, the Alliance will work throughout the range of longleaf pine to emphasize the ecological, economic, social, and historic importan...ce of this once vast ecosystem. Since its origin in 1995, The Longleaf Alliance has used education, outreach, research, direct involvement and hands-on-experience to develop and provide the best available information and support in an unbiased manner to landowners, resource managers, policy makers, educators, scientists and the public.

The vision of The Longleaf Alliance is restoration, management and conservation of the longleaf ecosystem such that much of the South can once again claim and b...enefit from functional longleaf forests. Longleaf forests will support local economies, provide for outdoor recreation, encourage healthy lifestyles with a connection to nature, provide habitats for native wildlife and plants, serve as natural classrooms, support the legacy of stewardship that con be entrusted to future generations, supply public benefits such as clean water and clean air, and provide a link to our history and culture as Americans.


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Contact The Longleaf Alliance

12130 Dixon Center Road
Andalusia, Alabama  36420
Phone: (334) 427-1029
Cell Phone: (334) 427-1419


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Alabama
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • Virginia

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Related Success Stories for The Longleaf Alliance

Longleaf Pine and Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Recovery
Partners at Fort Benning are working to expand longleaf pine stands to all upland pine sites and increase Red Cockaded Woodpecker breeding groups to 350.

Regional Restoration Initiative
The Longleaf Alliance serves as a clearinghouse for information on pine forests and as a catalyst for activities among its various partners in this effort.