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Save the California Condor Trail

$2,150 of $6,550 goal

Raised by 18 people in 2 months
Created September 19, 2018
The Wilderness Land Trust is currently working to protect the California Condor/High Mountain/Trout Creek Trail and we need your help. The trail provides public access into the Santa Lucia and Garcia Wilderness, home to deer, bear, Perigrine Falcon, Horned Toad and other wildlife.

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“We work very hard to keep this trail open,” says Kathleen Phelps, volunteer with the Los Padres Forest Association. “If The Wilderness Land Trust doesn’t purchase the property that surrounds the trail, the trail could be closed and the surrounding land developed, threating the wildlife that calls this area home.
 
We are thankful to the San Luis Obispo Park and Open Space Foundation, the Backcountry Horseman’s Association, the Pacific Coast Long Riders, the Atascadero Horseman’s Association and others for giving us a solid head start by contributing to this acquisition. Please help us raise the remaining $6,550 by giving generously today. Your donation will support the purchase of this property and help protect it for future generations.
 
Please share this link and thanks in advance for your generous support.

We are keeping the promise of Wilderness now, and for future generations
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It’s #GivingTuesday and we’re hoping to harness to power of giving to support our work in keeping the promise of Wilderness for you and for future generations.

We’re making our final push toward raising the funds we need to transfer the California Condor/High Mountain/Trout Creek trail to the Los Padres National Forest.

Please consider being a part of this effort by donating or sharing this page, and thank you for helping us support our big, bold, ambitious goal to remove all remaining threats to Wilderness!
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We are incredibly grateful for everyone who has donated to save the California Condor Trail. We have made significant process toward our goal! We continue to work to protect this trail in order to provide public access into the Santa Lucia and Garcia Wilderness, which is home to deer, bear, Perigrine Falcon, Horned Toad and other wildlife. If you can, we'd love your support - please share this link with your wilderness loving friends if you have the time. Thank you!
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$2,150 of $6,550 goal

Raised by 18 people in 2 months
Created September 19, 2018
Funds raised will benefit:
Wilderness Land Trust (Wlt)
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Bainbridge Island, WA
EIN: 841192823
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