Conservation Works is Taking A Hike!   


Join us--Alone or in a Group!





Conservation Works is again holding our NEW Annual Hike for Humanity (to replace our old participation on the Human Race which is no longer being held).  So please join us, both by taking a hike for yourself to see what you can observe between now and May 15 when our campaign ends and also by supporting our good works! Donate here:

Perhaps as you walk you'll find a special niche of wildlife to observe.  Take a moment to look around you, and please stop to take a picture of a micro-habitat! If you feel like it, brighten everyone’s day by uploading your micro-habitat image to our Facebook page to share what you see.

Then, on May 15, we hope you will open your front door some time that day, keep social distances, and walk at least a mile around your neighborhood.  We also hope you will support us momnetarily as we link youth environmental education with youth ACTION through planting "Bee Patches" pollinator habitat, conserving water with "Rain Catchers” to build rooftop rainwater collection and storage systems, and working with schools to cut their waste stream going to landfills with onsite composting in our "Worm Wizards of Waste" program.  Despite Covid-19 this past year we were able to plant new pollinator habitat, work to restore salmonid habitat, help build fire resiliency and more.  

Help us today by donating $50 or $100 or whatever you can afford--please support our walk and Conservation Works' many programs!

Thank you.

Note: Conservation Works is the new fictitious business name of the North Coast Resource Conservation & Development Council which is a 501(c)3 charitable organization EIN 68-0484941.  Donations to the North Coast Resource Conservation & Development Council are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.  Under the CARES Act, in 2020 and 2021, taxpayers who do not itemize may still receive a tax deduction of up to $300 for donations to 501(c)(3) organizations.