Las Vegas, Nev. (December 8, 2016) – The Conservation Lands Foundation (CLF) hailed Senator Harry Reid’s historic contributions to wildlife and land conservation in America following the Senator’s farewell address to the chamber today. The group cited the Senator’s dedication and legislative acumen over his long career in public service, … read more
National Conservation Lands Site Chosen For Official Launch Event Durango, Colo. (Sept. 1, 2015)—The Conservation Lands Foundation applauded the launch today of the Every Kid in a Park initiative to encourage young people to explore America’s parks and public lands. The goal of the initiative is to encourage all … read more
Wednesday night, sixteen days of federal government shutdown came to an end when the Senate and the House passed a bi-partisan bill to fund the government until January 15th. The President immediately signed the bill. This allowed for the re-opening of all federal agencies and sub-agencies, including the Bureau of … read more
Since the shutdown, the Friends Grassroots Network has directly experienced the effects through the termination of all volunteer activities and events. The government shutdown has also led to: the closure of visitor centers including Friends offices; cancelation of all recreational and education events; and serious economic impacts on gateway communities … read more
Our hats are off to BLM for recognizing the outstanding work of the virtuoso of volunteerism, our very own Pat Williams! Pat contributed over 20,000 hours (that’s 9.6 YEARS!!!) to the protection and restoration of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. Pat received the Milestone … read more
CLF staff has been working with Gary Strieker from the non-profit Environment News Trust to create a series of short stories on the areas within the National Conservation Lands. Below is a video of the amazing Red Rock Canyon NCA located outside of Las Vegas, NV.
Friends of Red Rock Canyon volunteers Pat and Chuck Williams receive the Bureau of Land Management’s “Making a Difference” National Volunteer Award in D.C. Click here for a PDF of the Press Release