Celebrate 40 Years: Creek Lands Conservation
Apr 21, 2023 at 5:00 PM
San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
1010 Broad Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Creek Lands Conservation works to conserve and restore freshwater and near shore marine ecosystems throughout California’s Central Coast
Conservation science • Education • Stewardship
Help us safeguard the Central Coast’s natural resources!
Creek Lands Conservation
is Taking Action
- Studies that inform water solutions for nature and people
- Partnerships that expand and strengthen our reach
- Projects & Programs that produce results
Community Partners Making A Difference
Cayucos Abalone Farm – Vision for Acquisition
White and black abalone are both Federally listed endangered species, and both the National Marine Fisheries Services and the California Department of Fish & Wildlife perceive great potential value in adding the Abalone Farm to the consortium of facilities that are teaming to save these important invertebrates.
California's Central Coast
The rugged beauty of the Central Coast is beloved by millions around the globe. People also depend on these lands and waters for agriculture and other economic interests. Creek Lands Conservation is dedicated to helping Central Coast communities find sustainable balance between human activities and healthy ecosystems.
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Get Your Hands Dirty
Being a part of the solution is so fulfilling. Help us make a meaningful difference and volunteer and donate.