About the Southeast Alaska Land Trust The Southeast Alaska Land Trust (SEALT) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to conserving the natural heritage of Southeast Alaska. Since 1995, the SEALT Board of Directors and staff have collaborated with communities, individuals, and organizations to help ensure that highly valued habitat, recreation, open space, and cultural and historic areas continue to thrive for the well-being of each generation. Today, SEALT protects and stewards 41 conservation properties totaling over 3,600 acres throughout Southeast Alaska. SEALT respectfully acknowledges the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people as the original owners and inhabitants of Southeast Alaska and recognize that they have cared for these lands and their living res

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