HELP SECURE $20,000 IN MATCHING CHALLENGE FUNDS!
Sequoia Riverlands Trust pursuing protection of 60 acres of critical habitat and public recreation in Three Rivers
KEEP THIS LAND OPEN AND NATURAL!
Longtime Sequoia Riverlands Trust donors Dale Lincoln and Sandy Greenamyer are challenging fellow Three Rivers residents and the Tulare County community to match their $20,000 donation. Their incredibly generous gift will dramatically boost our efforts to protect the lands where we live, work, play, and raise our families.
Dale Lincoln and wife Sandy Greenamyer gave the generous donation and praised conservation efforts by SRT, calling its land protection programs vital for the community.
“Sequoia Riverlands Trust helps us be part of a community working to ensure Three Rivers and the rest of Tulare County will always be the beautiful and extraordinary place that we love. We are confident that our gift will expand education opportunities for children and add essential acreage to Tulare County’s protected landscapes for future generations.”
SRT’s Conservation Director Hilary Dustin says SRT has a number of projects currently underway helping to protect land along river corridors in the Southern Sierra. “We also partner with other agencies to improve access to public lands. This generous gift along with matching funds will allow SRT to expand these efforts.”
The campaign’s first short term goal is to raise $7,000 dollars by the end of October.
According to SRT Executive Director Soapy Mulholland, no donation is too small. “We are grateful for any and every donation that comes so that we can continue to work on behalf of conserving open space, saving farmland and reaching more young people with our environmental education programs.”