The mission of the Conservation Lands Foundation is to protect, restore and expand the National Conservation Lands through education, advocacy and partnerships.
From the blog
Author John McPhee once wrote, “If you want to see something happening right now that happened here two hundred million years ago, you can see it all in Nevada.” The Garden and Coal Valleys of east […]
Fort Ord National Monument turned 3 today. Since April 20, 2012, when President Obama designated this former Army base near Monterey, Calif. as a national monument, it has proven that protected public lands can boost business, achieve […]
On March 24, a group of ten military veterans who are part of the California Conservation Corps began orientation class to prepare for a restoration project taking place in the Black Mountain Wilderness, near Barstow […]
#FriendsRendezvous 2015: A Success!
The 2015 Friends Rendezvous was held March 13- 15 in Las Cruces, New Mexico–home to the newly designated Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, which now has a new National Conservation Lands sign installed by Friends Rendezvous volunteers and local BLM staff. Judging by feedback, Rendezvous was a great success: energizing and inspiring for attendees, presenters and staff alike. You can read more about some of the success stories that were shared on Friday night. Thank you to everyone who participated for coming together and making it such a productive, valuable experience. We look forward to keeping the momentum going in the weeks and months ahead!
Job Opening: Development Assistant (part-time)
We’re looking for a highly organized, detail-oriented individual to join our Development team to help with data management, donor acknowledgements, prospect research, event planning, digital fundraising and donor cultivation activities. Read the full job description & learn how to apply here.