In the first 3 months of this year, we’ve accomplished:

  • Eliminating 288 cubic gallons of invasive species
  • Contributed $15,000 toward habitat restoration projects
  • Partnered with two non-profits for conservation efforts (@conservation_legacy and @calparks)
  • Dedicated 151 total volunteer hours

And it’s only getting better! We recognize that none of this would be possible without YOU - our community of supporters and collaborators. Thank you for Leaving It Better with us.

We partnered with the folks at the Conservation Legacy on a habitat restoration project led by the @cabrillonps. Our team of staff and volunteers removed invasive species to make room for native species to thrive. 

With some rolled up sleeves, we set out to tackle a pressing ecological challenge in the area - the invasive orchard grass that has taken root in Round Meadow.

In the heart of Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park on the Pine Trail, a 2-mile short loop, became the focus of our efforts, where the task at hand was clear: restore the falling fences using natural materials, respecting the environment in every step.

Our impact check-in with our partners at Yellowstone Forever. Dan Stahler is a wildlife biologist and lead scientist on cougar, wolf, and elk conservation projects who takes us through a first-person view of monitoring the cougar populations in the park. 

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