While ALC primarily focuses its work on select geographic areas, it also responds to stellar conservation opportunities outside of its formal program boundaries.
The American Landscapes program provides the framework to address this need, strategically targeting exceptional projects wherever they may occur.
Past projects have ranged from southern California, to Wisconsin, to the native forests of Maine. Current projects are in western Montana and California's Napa Valley.
Projects Within the American Landscapes Program
- Crow Creek Falls
Restoring a Montana Mining Site
- Glacial Springs
Ensuring Clean Water for Native Trout in Wisconsin
- John Muir's Gravesite
Securing a Resting Place for the Father of Conservation
- Klamath Basin - Wood River
Restoring Water Quality and Habitat in the Klamath Basin
- Maine Woods
Helping Restore the North Woods
- Michigan Projects
Protecting Michigan Wilderness
- Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie
Protecting a Prairie Preserve in Illinois
- Petaluma Marsh
Reclaiming Tidal Wetlands in the San Francisco Bay
- San Bernadino National Forest
Expanding Parkland for Greater Los Angeles
- Vista Pacifica
Bringing Needed Open Space to Urban Los Angeles