WHF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat and connecting Californians to the outdoors. WHF is a statewide land trust currently preserving over 100,000 acres of ecologically significant land and water resources and regularly engages and cooperates with land trusts, conservation organizations, public agencies, project proponents and other land stewards that require expertise in the area of the protection of wildlife and open space habitat in perpetuity. WHF has been accredited by the Land Trust Alliance since 2008 and is a member in good standing of the California Council of Land Trusts. In addition, WHF provides educational opportunities for hundreds of students every year to experience first-hand the abundance of plants and animals living on our protected open-space preserves.
To protect, enhance, and restore wildlife habitat on lands conserved for the benefit of future generations.
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation (WHF) is a an accredited public, nonprofit land trust under section 501(c)(3).
WHF is currently accepting resumes, please view job description here.
Board of Directors
The WHF Board of Directors is made up of dedicated individuals.
WHF is fortunate to have well-qualified and experienced individuals.
WHF is committed to providing educational opportunities for
WHF is seeking wildlife enthusiasts who are interested in supporting
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