By making a year-end donation, you will help us continue the work of improving access to open spaces, protecting the places we love in perpetuity, and bringing our community together around the shared value of conservation.
Whether you prefer to give a one-time donation, become a monthly recurring donor, or by making Five Valleys a beneficiary of your will or trust, there are so many ways to support our work!
Because of you, Five Valleys is helping ensure that everyone in our community enjoys the benefits of free, easy access to nature. Two new trails, the recently opened Barmeyer Trail on Mount Dean Stone, and the wheelchair accessible trail at our Rock Creek Confluence Property.
Perpetuity is a very, very long time. Because of your support, the places Five Valleys protects – like the 5,600 acres of Flint Creek Valley agricultural lands and wildlife habitat conserved over the last year– will be protected forever.
Today, perhaps more than ever, it is essential that we come together as a community around the things that most inspire and unite us. Serving the needs of our community through conservation is one of the greatest honors of our mission.
Header photo by Mark Mesenko
Barmeyer Trail photo by Vo Von Sehlen
J T Ranches photo by Five Valleys staff
Digging Trail at Legacy Point photo by Five Valleys staff