Saturday June 1, 2024

Now Hiring: Land Steward

2024-06-04T14:34:37-07:00June 1, 2024|

RCLC’s projects continue to expand -- our organization is looking to hire a Land Steward. If you know someone who might be well-suited for this job, please share this post with them! The Land Steward’s top-line priority is to protect, improve, and manage RCLC properties. This includes restoring native plant and wildlife habitats, and ensuring safe and enjoyable visitor experiences to RCLC’s publicly-accessible properties and trail easements. Mill Bend Preserve (MBP) will be the primary [...]

Friday February 2, 2024

Corps comes to town: Ukiah-based crew reducing fire fuels at Mill Bend

2024-02-02T17:43:40-08:00February 2, 2024|

A group of 12 young adults and their supervisor recently made a trip from the Corps’ Ukiah center to Gualala for a week of spike-living at the Mill Bend Preserve, where the hard work and low pay were in abundance.

Friday July 21, 2023

RCLC’s Community Report

2024-04-23T17:29:20-07:00July 21, 2023|

RCLC is experiencing a growth spurt, despite its 30-year-old age. With Mill Bend Preserve secured in 2021, and the State Coastal Conservancy-funded Conservation Plan delivered in the fall of 2022, RCLC is now actively restoring native habitats and designing an expanded trails network, including natural and cultural history interpretation.

Thursday September 8, 2022

Redwood Coast Land Conservancy to unveil plan for Mill Bend Preserve

2024-02-03T17:07:56-08:00September 8, 2022|

The Redwood Coast Land Conservancy is excited to announce the unveiling of the Conservation Plan for Mill Bend Preserve, prepared by the environmental science and design consultant Prunuske Chatham, Inc, with funding provided by the Calif. State Coastal Conservancy.

Thursday September 8, 2022

Redwood Coast Land Conservancy hires new executive director

2024-02-03T17:03:18-08:00September 8, 2022|

Following an extensive executive director search, Redwood Coast Land Conservancy announced that Jim Elias would step into the role on September 6. Mr. Elias has devoted his professional life to leading nonprofit organizations dedicated to natural resource conservation and community development objectives.

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