California Wildlife Center
California Wildlife Center takes responsibility for the protection of native wildlife through rehabilitation, education, and conservation.
Strengthening Shark and Ray Protections in Sabah, Malaysia
Sabah Shark Protection Association was formed in 2015 to protect sharks and rays in Sabah, Malaysia through marine reserve creation, policy implementation, and educational awareness campaigns.
A Proposed Wildlife Crossing to Save the Mountain Lion Population From Extinction
A study by the National Park Service has demonstrated that a crossing can help save the Santa Monica Mountains cougar population, which their published research shows is threatened by imminent extinction within the next 50 years.
Supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline
South Central Growers Network
Community Services Unlimited is developing the South Central Growers Network which will support a growing number of urban gardens allow urban farmers to share resources and sell their home grown produce to South L.A.’s First Organic Marketplace.
Supporting Earth Protectors With Mapping And Monitoring Tools
Digital Democracy is launching Mapeo, a cutting-edge participatory mapping platform that helps indigenous communities protect their ancestral territories from illegal mining, environmental degradation, and other activities that threaten their way of life.
LDF grantee Water Defense provides high-quality water testing in areas experiencing a water quality crisis. The testing data is then made available to local citizens whose drinking water has been affected.
This project aims to create public buy-in for the expansion of the Revillagigedo Archipelago Biosphere reserve by leveraging key relationships with members of the Mexican government and through the production of a national outreach campaign.
Indigenous Environmental Network
An alliance of Indigenous Peoples whose shared mission is to protect the sacredness of the Earth by respecting and adhering to Indigenous knowledge against a rising tide of extractive industries contaminating and exploiting our shared natural resources.
Creation of a Platform of Community-based Conservation Advocates for Sharks and Rays in Liberia
The Environmental Justice Foundation will work in local communities to empower a new generation of leaders and build grassroots support for shark protections.
Reduce Shark Mortality in the Arabian Sea Around Pakistan
Together with World Wildlife Fund, this grant supports efforts to measurably reduce shark mortality in the Arabian Sea around Pakistan.
Global Manta Conservation Programme
The Manta Trust, founded in 2011, is working to protect manta rays through coordinated global research and conservation efforts.
Through collaborative partnerships, we support innovative projects that protect vulnerable wildlife from extinction, while restoring balance to threatened ecosystems and communities. Our work is divided into six main program areas – Wildlands Conservation, Oceans Conservation, Climate Change, Indigenous Rights, Transforming California, and Innovative Solutions.Explore Our Programs