“We put Point Blue in our estate plans because we believe the unique role it plays in conservation is going to be important for the very long term,” Rebecca says. She and Tom were especially inspired by Point Blue’s climate-smart restoration programs and partnerships on working lands. This means a lot coming from a former global strategist at The Nature Conservancy and a prominent financial investor.
Point Blue seeks an innovative and collaborative thought leader with proven success as a manager, fundraiser, and spokesperson to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer. We welcome applicants and nominations.
New Point Blue research shows huge potential for streamside forests to store carbon. This paper provides a first-of-its-kind global analysis and highlights the value of active forest restoration as a climate solution.
In our latest Quarterly newsletter, we celebrate half a century of stewardship and conservation of the Farallon Islands in partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. We've been on the Island 24 hours a day, 365 days a year since 1968!
You can support Point Blue and experience Alaskan wilderness by joining us on May 18 – May 25, 2019 aboard the nimble 31-cabin National Geographic Sea Lion with our conservation scientists as guides.
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