Fort Ord and the Sea Otter Classic: National Conservation Lands Are Good For Business

In what kind of utopian fantasy-world do business, conservation, mountain bike and equestrian interests not only coexist but prosper? How about at Fort Ord, the former Army base-turned-National-Monument on California’s central coast? On April 20, 2012, President Barack Obama signed a proclamation to designate Fort Ord National Monument. The proclamation stated, in … read more


PG&E Partners for Conservation at Fort Ord National Monument

A beautiful fall day greeted over 175 volunteers at Fort Ord National Monument in Monterey County, California on Saturday, November 16, 2013. The event was in celebration of Make A Difference Day, National Public Lands Day and a volunteer day for faculty and staff at California State Monterey Bay. PG&E … read more


Amazing show of support for a Fort Ord National Monument

It’s wonderful to see a community come together to support an area they love, and that’s what happened last week in Marina, California. Nearly 200 people came out to a public meeting with Secretary Salazar to express their support for protecting the public lands at Fort Ord managed by the … read more