"Join us in Creating a Legacy for future generations"
Woodlands Conservancy is a 501-C-3, nonprofit organization created with the mission to preserve and develop an ecosystem dedicated to creating daily public opportunities for recreation, ecotourism and education in a natural and historic setting. The vision of Woodlands Conservancy is to be the regional model for the conservation of hardwood forests, and a leader in the advocacy and preservation of Louisiana’s coastal forest ecosystems.
Take a Hike! Come visit the progress and enjoy a hike in one of the region's last stands of bottomland hardwoods. Free and open to the public dawn to dusk. View Map.
Alternate Directions During Construction of F. Edward Hebert Blvd: Click on map for details.
The Woodlands vision is the culmination of work over a ten-year period where the distinct history and attributes of the 10,000-acre peninsula formed by Orleans and Plaquemines Parishes were identified and then congealed into a proposal for educational and recreational greenways and trails. As our community grows, it will be imperative to the livelihood of wildlife to connect greenway corridors to prevent species from being trapped between islands of development. Woodlands Trail is partially funded by the Louisiana Recreational Trails program by the Lt. Governor's Department of Cultural Recreation Tourism with funds from the Federal Highway’s Administration.
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Woodlands Conservancy - Creating a legacy for future generations
Last modified: November 15, 2012