American Land Conservancy Overview
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Target demographics: Those who care about conserving America's treasured natural, wild places.
Geographic areas served: National, with emphasis on Alaska, California coast, California Central Valley and Foothills, the Great Basin, and Mississippi River states (especially Missouri, Illinois, and Arkansas)
Programs: ALC works nationwide with a special emphasis in:
*California Central Valley & Foothills
*Great Basin (Nevada)
*Mississippi River corridor
ALC programs focus on protecting wildlife habitat, working farms and ranches, rivers and streams, habitat for wild salmon and endangered species, and on creating outdoor recreation areas that help children and adults experience nature and live healthier lifestyles.
* 200,000+ acres of coastal resources, critical wildlife habitat, agricultural lands, and public recreation areas in California and Nevada
* 9,000 acres of pristine old-growth forest, wild salmon streams, and Kodiak bear habitat in Alaska’s Kodiak Archipelago
* 25,000+ acres of wetlands, floodplains, native forests, islands, and habitat for endangered species along the Mississippi River