The Louisiana Landowners Association (LLA) represents hundreds of large and small landowners from across Louisiana.  LLA membership includes a myriad of interests - from farmers, developers, timber producers, resource managers, and bankers to ranchers and oil and gas producers - all working together to ensure maximum productive use of the state's rich land resources.

LLA traces its beginnings to 1975, when the South Louisiana Landowners Association, Inc. was formed to give landowners representation before state and federal government tribunals.  By 1977, the new organization had grown to state-wide prominence, prompting the deletion of the word “South” from the title.  In 1979, it joined forces with the Land and Royalty Owners of Louisiana (LAROLA).

Louisiana Landowners Association, Inc.
8982 Darby Avenue
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806