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From the blog
Back in the winter of 2006-7, a group of Yampa River advocates got together with aspirations to produce a documentary film about this great river in northwest Colorado—to show its unmatched beauty, unique natural attributes, […]
Changing light, solitude, natural sounds, stunning scenery. Four selected artists will experience all this, and more, when they take a horse pack-supported trip this fall down southern Utah’s Escalante River to paint the beauty of […]
California monument becomes newest addition to the National Conservation Lands FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (July 10, 2015) – The Conservation Lands Foundation welcomed the news that President Obama will designate the Berryessa […]
#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!