Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy works with urgency to identify, preserve, and steward the most important natural lands and wildlife corridors in and around the San Gabriel and Crescenta Valleys for wildlife, birds and other native animals and plants.
AFC launched its remote wildlife camera program in 2014 to document wildlife on AFC properties, research potential passageways for wildlife and to engage folks who are unable to visit natural open space. These stunning images help convey our mission.
AFC feels a strong responsibility to nurture the next generation of land stewards in order to ensure the protection of natural open space in our communities in perpetuity. To do that we have established a strong Conservation through Education Program.
A new article on our incredible former intern Rachel-Ann Arias describes her journey with AFC and how she shares her passion for wildlife with her community. Check it out here! https://www.crescentavalleyweekly.com/featured/07/09/2020/girl-scout-shares-wild-side-foothills/
In the spirit of staying home and staying safe, we are putting together some environmental education resource that we hope will be enjoyable for you at home. Check out what we're doing below: AFC’s free field trip program has always been a great way [...]