Conservation Is Always in Full Bloom
Spring often brings a new sense of hope. The flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping, and Earth Day is just around the corner. Together, we can protect the natural lands, waters, open spaces, habitats and historically significant places that people and wildlife depend on for a brighter future.
Protecting Forests: A Key Solution to Climate Change
Forests are one of our planet’s most important natural climate change solutions. A protected, sustainably managed forest captures carbon from the atmosphere while providing essential, life-sustaining benefits, recreational opportunities and jobs. Learn how we’re harnessing the power of forests in our effort to fight climate change and support the needs of local communities.
These California Poppy Fields Draw A Crowd
People travel far and wide to see the famous poppy fields of Walker Canyon, especially when they experience a rare “superbloom” (seen at the top of this email). This spring, due to a dry year in southern California, the poppies are not expected to reach superbloom, but the orange buds will still beautifully blossom over the next several weeks. Thanks to our efforts with Riverside County and other partners, Walker Canyon remains protected for visitors to enjoy for years to come.
Counting Down to Earth Day on April 22
Earth Day is every day at The Conservation Fund. And we want to celebrate with you! Keep an eye out for special Earth Day content from us all month long, and please consider supporting our planet this year with a gift to The Conservation Fund.
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