Posted by: Sandy Steinman | December 30, 2021

New Southern California 70,000 Acre Preserve

from the Nature Conservancy

It is my great pleasure, to introduce
The Frank and Joan Randall Preserve at the Tehachapi Mountains.
Established in December 2021, this preserve is now TNC’s largest in California at over 70,000 acres. The LA Times covers this historic acquisition. The preserve is located at the southern end of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and the landscape is part of a wildlife linkage that connects four of California’s most critical ecological regions: the Sierra Nevada, the Mojave Desert, the Central Valley and the South Coast.

We’d like to thank Frank and Joan Randall who championed the creation of this preserve. Read the donor spotlight.


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