Category: Conservation

The Importance of Knowing Where to Look

In this my second year as a restoration technician at Laguna Canyon Foundation, people have started calling me “CoreyMaps,” and…

To Be Continued

Veterans Day is a day for all Americans to stand united in honoring our veterans for defending the personal freedoms…

Time for Trash-Talk!

Tidy Up Your Neck of the Woods and Tell us About It! Just this week, the weather cooled and fall…

Oceana in the Canyon

One of my favorite things about working in conservation is the interconnectedness and collaboration between and among so many diverse…

My Magical First Month

As the newly hired Conservation Coordinator for Laguna Canyon Foundation, my first month at Laguna Canyon Foundation has begun to…

We’re Hiring – Restoration Technician

Founded in 1990, Laguna Canyon Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the South Coast Wilderness, a…

Tales from the Trails

When I heard the story that early settlers named Hollywood after toyon, a common Southern California shrub with bright red…

Silence is Not an Option

In these times of such great upheaval, I’ve been thinking deeply about responsibility. Not just personal responsibility—the role each of…

We’re Hiring – Fuel Modification Coordinator

Founded in 1990, Laguna Canyon Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the South Coast Wilderness, a…

‘Tis the Season

Laguna Canyon Foundation’s Restoration Team does a variety of fieldwork in the wilderness parks and around our local cities to…

Nesting Season is Coming

While hiking on the trails in Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, I heard a bird call. I looked up…

How to Become a Steward of the Land

This November is the launch of our Keep It Wild Stewardship Program! Are you looking for a way to give…