With 18,000 acres of land to steward and over 1,000 different species of plants and animals there is no shortage of opportunities to study, restore and celebrate the lands of The Preserve. The Conservancy has a variety of academic and organizational research collaborations and project partnerships in the region allowing us to use and contribute to the most current science on pressing conservation issues on the Central Coast. We host on-site visits for fellow land management agencies, including our colleagues at Portola Valley Ranch and the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve with Stanford University.
Additionally, Conservancy interns and volunteers are essential to our work and are an opportunity for the Conservancy to train the next generation in conservation. Read about internship opportunities here.
The Conservancy provides access for interested land managers, and through research collaborations with universities and other science-based organizations who wish to study topics that will inform land management goals and advance the understanding of the interfaces between human residences and natural environments. Researchers or land managers interested in accessing The Preserve are encouraged to contact the Conservancy for more information.