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The Nature Conservancy in Mount Shasta

Due Date: 2026-05-28T21:00:00.000Z
To conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. To achieve this, we must boldly address the biodiversity and climate crises over the next decade. Our mission demands that we do everything in our power to create a world where people and nature can thrive. Join the cause and become a member of The Nature Conservancy today. In addition to helping us protect the natural world, you'll receive great benefits like our award-winning magazine. The Nature Conservancy's initial objective for the McCloud River Preserve was to protect native fish and the watershed in which they occurred. An extensive biological study indicated that a portion of the preserve could be opened to carefully managed public use, including catch-and-release fishing. Three miles of the river were opened to the public in 1976; the remainder of the preserve is closed to fishing by State Regulation. There are a wide range of volunteer opportunities available for individuals and groups in a variety of settings – both indoors and out. On TNC preserves and on our partner lands, volunteers play a key role in habitat restoration, species monitoring, leading tours, education and cultural programs, and more. In select cities, we work with multiple partners to support community action that comes in many forms such as planting trees, restoring greenspace and/or monitoring biodiversity, urban heat or water quality. Volunteers also provide support in our offices and lend their expertise on projects. If you want to apply as a volunteer, please, go to page Our website is, email is, contact phone is 530-926-3199

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