Here in California, the Dixie Fire has officially become the second-largest fire in history, amid a record-breaking drought. It would be understandable if sometimes we felt hopeless about the climate…Read More
August 2021 Articles
Save Mount Diablo has just earned an important recognition and distinction receiving its renewed national land trust accreditation award—proving once again that, as part of a network of over 450 accredited land trusts across the nation, it is committed to professional excellence and to maintaining the public’s trust in its conservation work.
“Renewing our national accreditation shows Save Mount Diablo’s ongoing commitment to permanent land conservation in the Mount Diablo area,” said Ted Clement, Executive Director.
“Our strength means the special natural places we protect have a better change of being protected forever, making the Mount Diablo area an even greater place for us and our children.” Read more in the press release.Read More
By Floyd McCluhan Strengthening the Community with Nature: Our First Free Educational Preserve In recent years, various studies have documented that humans are becoming an “indoor species.” An REI report…Read More
In March, Save Mount Diablo filed a lawsuit challenging the City of Pittsburg’s approval of Seeno’s bad 1,650-house Faria/Southwest Hills Annexation project. Aside from all the negative impacts to open…Read More
Recently, Save Mount Diablo completed our historic $15 million Forever Wild Capital Campaign—the largest and most consequential fundraising effort in the organization’s 50-year history. Through Forever Wild, we raised the…Read More
Stewardship Update July 2021 Written by Haley Sutton, Land Stewardship Associate Trekking towards 10,000 Trees We hosted two workdays this month focused on protecting young tree seedlings. Volunteers trekked…Read More