Our Strategic Plan

Develop Environmental Stewardship Leaders

  1. Identify and Recruit participants who can make the greatest impact
  2. Innovate leadership training to incorporate individual learning plans and mentoring
  3. Define the value of hard-work in leadership development and weave it into all aspects of our program
  4. Provide alumni tools to secure relevant jobs

Be the best at Environmental Stewardship

  1. Develop and implement long-term land stewardship models
  2. Partner with key stakeholders, including private and public organizations, to advance our mission

Leverage long-term connections with alumni and volunteers to realize our shared vision

  1. Establish alumni engagement as a value from recruitment, through graduation, and beyond
  2. Develop comprehensive alumni strategy
  3. Deepen volunteer engagement and leadership opportunities

Tell our story

  1. Create a culture of storytelling
  2. Develop communication channels that engage target audiences
  3. Celebrate key successes and accomplishments
  4. Leverage office space, vehicles, and volunteer events to tell our story
  5. Explore links to human health that provide context to our work

Align the funding Model

  1. Develop sustainable funding model for national program and leadership development
  2. Institutionalize individual giving
  3. Build relationships through CRM technology and leverage social media
  4. Incorporate leadership development into communications
  5. Deliver mission-driven events that highlight leadership development and global programming

Quick Links

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Wilderness Permits

Wilderness Permits are required to overnight in the Dinkey Lakes Wilderness, Kaiser Wilderness, John Muir Wilderness and Ansel Adams. Please get a permit. Bear cans are required in the Sierra National Forest.