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Education and Outreach

The Stanford Conservation Program works with surrounding land users and community groups to support conservation. The local land use and land management practices heavily influence the successful conservation of Stanford's organisms and ecosystems. We are happy to share our expertise, knowledge, and resources in the pursuit of conservation in our region, so please don't hesitate to contact us if you are interested in collaboration.

Photos: A team of Earth Day volunteers celebrate a successful morning of removing invasive weeds at the Stanford Dish Trail; Ann Lambrecht, a major contributor to the Conservation Program's plant community mapping project, admires a California bee plant (Scrophularia californica); Stanley Gu, a Stanford student and Lagunita Naturalist volunteer, installs signs around Lake Lagunita that encourage passersby to protect native fauna.