The clock runs out on the Land & Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) at the end of the federal fiscal year, on Sept. 30. But it doesn’t have to — we are calling upon our members of Congress to permanently reauthorize this program before it’s too late.
Last month, Microsoft employees came together with The Nature Conservancy to Hack for Good.
We spent yesterday morning in the company of more than a hundred friends and neighbors at Green Lake Park in Seattle, gathered together in support of America’s most important conservation program, the Land & Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), and all the special places it protects.
Understanding the needs of the farmers who live and work in the floodplain and the water management systems they depend on are part of finding workable solutions that keeps farms, salmon and people on the landscape.