Who we are....What we do.....Why we do it
The National Association of State Trust Lands is a non-profit consortium of Administrators of State-owned Trust Lands totaling more than 500 million acres of public and school trust lands in 21 western states.
NASTL's services and activities assist states in managing assets that help fund public education.
The combined holdings of the NASTL member states represent the second largest owner of land and minerals in the United States, second only to the federal government. We are proud that the vast resources entrusted to our care continue to provide billions of dollars each year in support of public education in America.
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Today NASTL member state trust lands total 156 million surface acres and 177 million mineral acres spread across 20 of the lower 48 states and Alaska, primarily west of the Mississippi River.
Member State Information Summaries