The social justice movement and worsening climate impacts require land organizations to re-think traditional approaches to land conservation planning. We will highlight innovative work on a statewide and local level to envision and implement a new paradigm in land programs. The Resilient Lands Initiative is an 18 month effort by a diversity of partners to develop a statewide land conservation plan for Massachusetts. A 40-person steering committee considered 9 “land values” including traditional values like habitat, farms, forests and water and added values such as helping people with climate impacts, supporting communities and local economies, supporting traditional Native American cultural values and improving public health in Environmental Justice communities. We reached beyond traditional partners to include public health, urban community groups and conducted 14 virtual focus groups that reached 270 people to include volunteers, farmers, foresters and advocates. This collaborative work is based on many years of regular planning between land trust and state staff highlighted by an annual overnight planning retreat. While the RLI process proceeded, MassAudubon, one of Massachusetts largest land conservation organizations began re-imagining its priorities with a similar lens in its new “Action Agenda” that includes creating new urban sanctuaries and focusing expanded conservation on resilience spaces that help both people and habitat. This effort was guided by a new statewide “resilience” mapping layer. Groundwork Lawrence will bring these statewide visions to the neighborhood level highlighting GWL’s community-led initiatives for tree planting, growing local food, creating new parks and greenspaces and providing affordable housing.