Sequoia Parks Conservancy



This episode of Big Blend Radio features Katie Wightman, Field Institute Director for the Sequoia Parks Conservancy, the official nonprofit partner of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, and Lake Kaweah, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. Watch here in the YouTube player or download / listen to the podcast on SpreakerPodbean, or SoundCloud.

Sequoia Parks Conservancy works hand-in-hand with the National Park Service to support projects including trail improvements, educational programs for the public, and the protection of wildlife and their natural habitat. Their efforts have been critical in the conservation of wild, beautiful landscapes for the enjoyment and inspiration of generations of visitors. Through the KNP Complex Fire Recovery Fund, the Sequoia Parks Conservancy has a goal of raising $1 million to help fund efforts to rebuild trails, protect sequoia groves and meadows, safeguard cultural and historic features, reestablish access to Crystal Cave, restore wildlife habitat, and more. More at  

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