“It is exciting to recognize Cayucos Land Conservancy with this distinction,” said Tammara Van Ryn, executive director of the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. “Accreditation recognizes that Cayucos Land Conservancy demonstrated sound finances, ethical conduct, responsible governance and lasting stewardship.”
CLC now joins a network of 398 accredited land trusts across the nation, according to a news release.
“Accreditation demonstrates our commitment to permanent land conservation,” said Glenn Oelker, president of CLC’s board of directors, in a news release. “We are more confident than ever that we will reach our goal of creating a greenbelt around Cayucos.”
The Target store in Paso Robles will provide several hours for volunteer docents to help each kid choose school clothing in August.