Partnering with plant growers and retailers to stop the sale of invasive plants and promote safe, beautiful alternatives to protect California.
Led a unique alliance and award-winning legislation to eliminate copper in automobile brake pads to benefit clean water and healthy wildlife.
Helping farmers switch to low-intensity cultivation practices that reduce dust and diesel emissions so communities breathe easier.
Working with California dairies to find new ways to use manure that keep vital sources of drinking water and the air we breathe clean, while ensuring the long-term viability of the industry.
Collaborating with farmers, water agencies, and industry to evaluate and promote new approaches to manage water use.
Simplifying the permitting process so landowners can implement restoration projects more easily and cheaply to boost clean water and fish habitat.
Working with landowners and businesses to restore California's natural resources in ways that benefit people and communities.
Celebrating the efforts of farmers, ranchers and other landowners in protecting California's land, air, water and wildlife.
Forbes recently hosted its second-annual AgTech Summit in Salinas, which Sustainable Conservation’s Daniel Mountjoy joined for a panel discussion exploring how California’s farming industry is adapting to a “new normal” of water scarcity.
As the second greatest threat to biodiversity after human development, invasive species pose an enormous risk to California’s native plants, wildlife, waterways and communities.
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