Working for a Sustainable Future
The Trust for Tomorrow is a 501 (c)3 environmental and educational non-profit organization headquartered in North Carolina with active restoration programs throughout the Eastern United States. The Trust’s diverse environmental programs address a variety of needs – all with the ultimate goal of promoting sustainable communities and environmental stewardship for the good us of all.
Putting Conservation on the Ground
The Trust has a strong commitment to ensuring that our restoration goals equate into tangible on-the-ground results. In our last fiscal year, over 94% of all funding received was spent on our restoration program efforts. Since our founding in 2009, we have completed the restoration of 2,500 acres of wetlands and 6,000 feet of streams. We are currently working to complete the restoration of an additional 21,000 acres of wetlands and 19,250 linear feet of streams.
For Government Agencies: We can assist you with getting your restoration projects identified, designed, permitted, and constructed in a timely and cost-effective manner. We work in multiple states through cooperative agreements with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service to provide efficient and cost-effective delivery of Wetland Reserve Easement projects to achieve habitat restoration goals.
For Organizations: We can provide restoration design, permitting assistance, and construction management for your restoration projects, as well as help with strategic planning, outreach, education, and grant writing. We are an approved National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Technical Service Provider, and we can assist your conservation district, organization, or watershed group with making your project a reality.
For Landowners: Are you interested in restoring wildlife habitat on your property and not sure how to begin? Do you have deteriorating stream conditions and don’t know where to go for help? We can assess the restoration potential that your property has to offer and help you find funding sources for project design and construction.
To learn more about what the Trust has to offer, visit our Programs page here.