Ancestral Lands Conservation Corps (ALCC) can help you accomplish critical conservation projects while providing young adults from local indigenous community an opportunity to learn about land management issues and challenges. Partnering becomes a win/win situation for the community, ALCC members, and land managers by providing meaningful opportunities for young people to complete important community and natural resource projects. ALCC has a successful track record of completing conservation projects throughout the Southwest.
At ALCC, we have a commitment to producing quality work that always meets or exceeds our partner expectations. We are a job training and youth and young adult development organization providing our crew members with outdoor experiences and employment opportunities through national service. Our goal is to promote individual responsibility and ethical behavior, instill solid work habits and attitudes, and empower them to change their lives, their communities and their environment through conservation work that benefits us all. Our approach to reaching this goal is to start by sending out well-equipped crews with experienced leaders, followed by full support from our office staff. We cultivate an environment of clear and constructive communication between our organization and land management agencies.
Project Partner Reports
- 2019 National Park Service Report
- 2019 National Parks Service Ancestral Lands Report
- 2019 US Forest Service Report
- 2018 US Forest Service Report
- 2018 National Park Service Report
- 2018 National Park Service Ancestral Lands Report
- 2018 National Park Foundation and Ancestral Lands