Forever Wild

The Forever Wild Land Trust Program created state-owned Nature Preserves and Recreation areas after Alabama voters approved a constitutional amendment establishing the program in 1992, making it the most successful conservation ballot measure in the history of the United States. Here is the inspiring story of Alabama’s Forever Wild Land Trust, which has been renewed for another 20 years thanks to overwhelming public support.

Take Action: Nominate land that could potentially become protected public natural areas under the Forever Wild Land Trust Program.

About the Director

Sebastian Lasaosa Rogers is a filmmaker and cinematographer currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. Originally from Concord, Massachusetts, he graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University in 2013 with a BA in Film Studies and Anthropology. He has filmed in Panama, Spain, Alaska, and across the U.S. for clients ranging from country singer Dierks Bentley, the Southern Environmental Law Center, and the Show Me 15 campaign fighting to raise the wages of fast food workers. His films aim to support social, environmental and economic justice work.

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