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Public Access

Public access to the Ranch is a fundamental priority for the Conservancy. We feel strongly that as members of the public experience the extraordinary natural riches of the Ranch, their understanding of and investment in conservation will deepen. From community hikes and drives, to our student and volunteer programs, there are many opportunities to explore this remarkable place and get involved with the Conservancy’s Conservation Science program. We invite you to join us.

Volunteers

Volunteering with the Conservancy is a wonderful way to explore and learn about California’s natural heritage and the extraordinary biodiversity of the Ranch.  Joining our docent program is a great opportunity to get involved. We’ll train you to lead walks and other activities on the Ranch. In return, you’ll receive certification as a California Master Naturalist, become deeply familiar with this historic landscape, and meet interesting people from all over the world. No prior knowledge is required.  In September 2016, we will be hosting our second 40-hour California Naturalist course. This curriculum has been developed by the University of California Cooperative Extension and provides extensive information on the ecology and conservation issues of this amazing state with an emphasis on Tejon Ranch. For more information on this amazing opportunity, click  here. We’re also looking for volunteers in our Citizen Science and Service programs. You or your Audubon, California Native Plant Society or other organization are invited to participate in our research and restoration efforts. Interested in volunteering? Contact us here for more information.

Outdoor Education

Tejon Ranch Conservancy is committed to providing science-based outdoor education to southern California students. From nature walks to conservation science experiments, the Conservancy can accommodate groups of varying age levels and science knowledge. Tejon Ranch Conservancy also works with students and teachers on creating science fair projects in conservation biology and ecology. Contact us here to find out more about bringing your class or school club onto Tejon Ranch!
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