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Our Mission
The Western Alliance for Nature was founded to
save threatened habitats to preserve biodiversity.
You Can Help By Contributing Or Volunteering Now …
 
We are a conservancy that works with state and federal agencies, and partners with other conservancies and non-profit organizations to purchase, restore and manage critical ecosystems. What sets us apart from other conservancies is that we do not charge overhead or brokerage fees for land acquisitions and conservation projects. We have no paid staff. Officers and directors receive no compensation. Overhead and administrative costs are funded by the founders. Therefore, donors can make a significant contribution to conservation because 100% goes directly to the conservation project. Nature preserves created and maintained by the Western Alliance for Nature from your support and contributions will be monuments of your dedication to preserving our natural heritage for future generations.

This is why the mission of the Western Alliance For Nature is winging across both North and South American Continents.

Click Here To See Our Many Projects        


Click Here To Go Directly To Our First Conservation Project For Year 2014
Click here to read about a presentation on Seabirds by Peter Harrison, one of the world's foremost seabird experts.
Click here for a slide show of
our project launch at G2 Gallery
 
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The WAN Conservancy
P.O. Box 1041, Malibu, CA 90265
Phone: (323) 345-1555
EMAIL US: wanlarry719@gmail.com


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