Bolsa Chica Land Trust Turns 21, Get Calendar Deal for 2014!
Bolsa Chica Land Trust turned 21 years young in 2013 and has remained true to its mission: to acquire, preserve and restore of all of the Bolsa Chica. Another mission has been to educate the public to the natural wonders and historical importance of the local wetlands in Huntington Beach. Offering free guided tours on the 3rd Sunday of the month, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Meet near the Walkbridge at the wetlands on Pacific Coast Highway between Seapoint & Warner Ave.
- There are 150 Land Trusts working to protect and steward all of our natural areas.
- There are 1,700 land trusts that have more than 100,000 volunteers and 5 million members.
- Land trusts have conserved 37 million acres of land in America – an area roughly the size of all the New England states combined.
Bolsa Chica Land Trust is a member of the California Council of Land Trusts and California Association of Nonprofits. If you would like to join and/or volunteer, see bolsachicalandtrust.org or call: (714) 964-8170