Death Valley Conservancy
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review 265
Po Box 566 Death Valley CA 92328 USA
To preserve and support death valley national park and it's resources and surrounding communities.
Death valley national park - to study and protect the endangered "devil's hole pupfish" in death valley. To educate the public as to the importance of this endangered species.
death valley national park - to support the "death valley rocks" program which brings inner city students out for three days of camping and hands-on field science.
ryan camp: preservation, maintenance and interpretation of the historical mining camp of ryan, ca. To restore and use it for education and a research facility.
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The concept of preserving Death Valley structures /places on behalf of the public interest is a good one, but we are not really sure that's what the DVC does. According to their web page, the DVC has provided a few back packs to kids and hosted one tour up at Ryan which cost a packet to attend. In other words, we are not really sure what this outfit is up to. And based upon unanswered letters and emails to their organization HQ, the DVC won't say.
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