How have you ben spending the last few weeks? Whether you have been walking the beach, working in your garden, paddle boarding on the lake, or relaxing in the sunshine, the Central Coast Land Conservancy has been working to keep your favorite places protected and thriving.
Every year on April 22nd, the nation stops to recognize the important role that nature plays in our everyday lives. Reflecting on your happiest moments of the year often conjures up images of a BBQ on the lake, celebrations at the park, and sunsets with good friends.
Year around the Conservancy works to ensure that you can continually enjoy your favorite spots and continue to make new memories with those you love in the places you love.
On this Earth Day, there are reasons for concern â€“ Americaâ€™s most important natural lands are threatened and there is an urgent need to expand the pace of land conservation before it is too late. But, there are also reasons for hope. Land trusts have stepped up their efforts to conserve an average of one million acres a year.*