Southern Oregon Land Conservancy

Summary
<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Southern Oregon Land Conservancy -  | Pamela Haunschild
Purpose/Mission: 
From the website of the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy: Founded in 1978, Southern Oregon Land Conservancy was created to ensure the natural wealth of the wild and working lands of the Rogue River region endure forever. As the state’s first regional, nonprofit land trust, we began working with local landowners to create conservation easements— a conservation approach to safeguard their lands in perpetuity. What began small has grown into 11,431 acres of protected lands across the Rogue River region. Today, Southern Oregon Land Conservancy continues to fulfill its original mission by connecting people, nature, and communities. Our nationally accredited organization serves as a leader among regional land trusts, through its approach to community involvement and successful conservation track record.
Start/End Date: 
Thursday, 23 January, 2020 to Monday, 23 January, 2023

The Southern Oregon Land Conservancy currently has a focus on conserving private land along the Colestin-Siskiyou Summit area.  Their vision is to conserve this corridor between the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Klamath National Forest and Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest. I have land in this corridor and want to put it into conservation. I also want to continue to focus some of my art on documenting the rich natural resources of this area.

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