PALOS VERDES PENINSULA 
LAND CONSERVANCY

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The Land Conservancy is THE LEADER IN PROTECTING THE PENINSULA'S HISTORIC COASTLINE

Conserving natural land with beautiful views and abundant fresh air for people to enjoy and restoring it with native plants for beauty and for wildlife.

The Palos Verdes Nature Preserve protects unique species of national importance. The Conservancy was founded in 1988 by a group of residents dedicated to the preservation of open space on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Since this time, the Conservancy has preserved over 1,600 acres of rare land protected in perpetuity, restoring shrinking coastal sage scrub communities and creating a home for rare wildlife like the California gnatcatcher, Cactus wren and the Palos Verdes and El Segundo blue butterflies. 

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ABOUT THE CONSERVANCY

Benefit Levels

  • $1,000,000 – Name a Nature Preserve
  • $500,000 – Name a Scenic Overview
  • $300,000 – Name a Butterfly or Bird Sanctuary
  • $100,000 – Name a Trail
  • $30,000 – Name on a Group Permanent Recognition Site/Monument