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
On June 19-20 the BLM and Interior Department kicked off a celebration of the National Conservation Lands’ 15th Anniversary at California’s King Range National Conservation Area–the first Congressionally designated conservation area under BLM management. Secretary […]
A sea of bright blue sea creatures blanket the sand as we rise over the ridge and arrive at the beach. These Vellela Vellela’s, which have been washing ashore in the millions, are a surprising […]
A spike camp, trucks and tools, and at least 16 pairs of work boots are hitting the ground this week in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument—when the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps begins a 12-day […]
#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!