Local Action. Enduring Impact.
Conservation Legacy is a national organization dedicated to supporting locally based conservation service programs. We operate and support programs that provide service and work opportunities for a diverse group of individuals to complete important conservation and community projects for the public benefit.
20Years of Continuous Conservation Service Programming!
1,103,1492017 Service Hours
2,1002017 Program Participants
400Veterans Fire Corps members engaged since 2011
Learn more about our programs
Native youth leading our nations back to ecological and cultural wellbeing: Ancestral Lands operates conservation service programs in Acoma, Hopi, Navajo and Zuni communities.
Engaging individuals and strengthening communities through service and conservation, Arizona Conservation Corps operates individual placements, Veterans Fire Corps crews, and conservation crew programs across Arizona from offices in Tucson, Flagstaff and the White Mountains.
Since 2017, Conservation Corps New Mexico operates conservation service programs across Southern New Mexico and Western Texas that engage individuals and strengthen communities, based out of Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Growing opportunity from roots in service, community and wild places, Great Appalachian Valley Conservation corps operates conservation service programs based out of New Market, Virginia.
Preserve America Youth Summit engages young people across the country through field-based summits, focusing on history, archaeology, heritage tourism and preservation.
Empowering young people to cultivate compassion, responsibility and grit through community service, hard work and environmental stewardship, Southeast Conservation Corps operates conservation service programs based in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Empowering individuals to positively impact their lives, their communities and the environment, Southwest Conservation Corps operates conservation service programs based in Southwest Colorado.
Stewards Individual Placement Program places AmeriCorps and VISTA members in communities across America for a year of volunteer service, facilitating partnerships between federal agencies and community-based nonprofit groups.
Partners make it possible!
The crew was very professional and highly motivated! They came prepared for fence installation and repair and did excellent fence work. They also constructed a wooden deck for a Yurt and performed exotic species removal when the fencing location was inaccessible due to heavy monsoon rains. We have worked with Arizona Conservation Corps in the past and will work with them in the future!
-Kevin Dowell, Petrified Forest National Park