Inclusion, innovation and impact in conservation and service
Conservation Legacy provides support for local conservation service programs under the leadership of a national organization, delivering high quality programming in communities across the country to produce enduring impact through local action. Conservation Legacy engages over 2,000 youth, young adults and veterans each year, contributing millions of hours of service to public lands.
Conservation Legacy programs engage participants on diverse conservation and community service projects that provide opportunities for personal and professional development and meet the high priority needs of public land managers and community partners.
Our programming is replicable and adaptable, allowing the organization and programs to stay nimble and localize impact while still tapping into the strength of scale as a national nonprofit.
"Working with Southeast Conservation Corps has increased my interest in botany and plants. It’s helping me find what I want to do for my career. There’s so many paths I could take now after working for Southeast Conservation Corps." -Alyssa Dela Cruz | All-Female Trail Crew Member, Southeast Conservation Corps
Ancestral Lands Hopi
Gaining this deeper understanding of the Grand Canyon strengthened my passion for protecting it, conserving it and leaving it better for those to follow.
-Kelly Jones | Grand Canyon National Park Ancestral Lands Participant
Parks for all
"You don’t all have to be employees or uniformed park rangers. We are more inclusive of other people in other organizations, and [the] Parks belong to us all"
-Charles Beall | Superintendant, Seattle Area National Park Sites
Training for the fireline
It’s completely changed my life. So many people respect Arizona Conservation Corps and the work that we do. It looks great on a resume. It just opens so many doors.
-Michael Frogner | Army Veteran, Veterans Fire Corps Crew Member, Arizona Conservation Corps