Fall is here! Whether you’re going back to school or out to explore our National Conservation Lands, we’re giving away Osprey Packs for your next adventure! There’s a lot to love about the National Conservation Lands – scenic beauty, vast open space, abundant wildlife, clean water and cultural sites that mark … read more
Thanks to Jeff Hunter from the Bodie Hill Conservation Partnership for this guest blog post. Keep up the great work in the Eastern Sierra! In Eastern California, where the Sierra Nevada Range meets the Great Basin lies the Bodie Hills. Here, in ancient hills formed by fire and … read more
We truly felt the #GivingTuesday love on December 2nd! With the support of our generous donors, we raised 40% toward our $15,000 goal in just one day! Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Crowdrise Fundraiser on #GivingTuesday – the clock is ticking and we have 27 days to raise the … read more
The clock is ticking and every dollar counts – we have until December 31st to raise $15,000 and we’re kicking off a month-long CrowdRise Fundraiser on December 2nd – #GivingTuesday! #GivingTuesday is such an awesome day because it’s the one day the entire world rallies to give back. After Black Friday … read more
Greetings! I am writing you today to ask you to become a Sustainer to the Conservation Lands Foundation. When you give $10/month or more for the next 12 months by September 20th you will receive an Osprey 24/seven day pack. Sustainers to the Conservation Lands Foundation have helped: Expand the … read more
Paddle On! The First Woman to Solo Paddle North America’s Longest River is Coming to the Friends’ Rendezvous.
Question: What do the Secretary of Interior, bluegrass jam musicians, and the first woman to solo-kayak the entire length of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers all have in common? Answer: They have been invited to the 6th annual Friends Grassroots Network Rendezvous, coming up October 25-27 in Bend, Oregon. And … read more
Conservationists, local landowners and Bureau of Land Management officials are concerned that a plan to pump groundwater from southern Arizona’s San Pedro River basin to supply a soon-to-be-built 7,000-unit residential and commercial development will permanently harm the river and, more specifically, the many bird species that rely on the river … read more
The Conservation Lands Foundation praised the Administration for signing a final management plan for the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska managed by the Bureau of Land Management. This action is a solid step towards putting conservation on equal ground with oil and gas drilling on public lands. Read our press release.
President Obama is planning to designate the San Juan Islands and Rio Grande del Norte National Monuments on Monday. These new designations will become spectacular additions to our National Conservation Lands. Learn more.
Get Outside, America! Whether you want to hike, restore a stream, clean up a beach or build a trail, the National Conservation Lands have a way for you to participate. Contact one of these great groups to find out how you can get involved! Click Here to find out how!