Land Trust of North Alabama shares how a partnership with Redstone has allowed them to grow and prosper.

As we celebrate 65 years of serving the Tennessee Valley, we want to highlight those who have partnered with us to support our local communities. Here is the Land Trust of North Alabama's Redstone story, in their own words: From forests to fresh water to the vast array of plants and animals who call North Alabama home, our conservation efforts have been enhanced by Redstone Federal Credit Union’s commitment to preserving natural resources.  

Land Trust of North Alabama Shares Their Redstone Story

July 22, 2016

Land Trust of North Alabama shares how a partnership with Redstone has allowed them to grow and prosper.

As we celebrate 65 years of serving the Tennessee Valley, we want to highlight those who have partnered with us to support our local communities. Here is the Land Trust of North Alabama's Redstone story, in their own words:

“North Alabama’s biodiversity is a natural treasure,” stated Marie Bostick, Executive Director of Land Trust of North Alabama.  “A healthy North Alabama economy and quality of life are directly related to a healthy natural environment. From forests to fresh water to the vast array of plants and animals who call North Alabama home, our conservation efforts have been enhanced by Redstone Federal Credit Union’s commitment to preserving natural resources.”

Mary Grace Evans, Assistant Vice President of Community Relations, and Joe Newberry, CEO of Redstone, show off a t-shirt for the Three Caves Concert Series. Redstone has provided volunteers, grown event sponsorship, helped with environmental education, and encouraged powerful public relations. By adding the Land Trust to their Service Groups list in 2006, many new Redstone members also became Land Trust members. And, 2016 marks the 8th year that Redstone Federal Credit Union® has been the Presenting Sponsor of the Land Trust’s Concerts at Three Caves Series.

The Land Trust of North Alabama, the state’s first land trust, currently owns and manages 6,200+ acres in five counties and provides 55+ miles of public trails for residents and visitors to enjoy. Initially established to protect the west face of Monte Sano from development, the non-profit will celebrate 30 years of service in 2017.

Make sure to attend the Three Caves Concert Series, it's an event you don't want to miss!

Congratulations on your 65th Anniversary! The Land Trust of North Alabama is proud to partner with Redstone Federal Credit Union in working to preserve North Alabama’s great natural places.

 

Do you have a Redstone Story to share? Let us know by commenting with the name of your business or organization below.

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