Save Mount Diablo's mission is to preserve Mount Diablo's peaks, surrounding foothills and watersheds through land acquisition and preservation strategies designed to protect the mountain's natural beauty, biological diversity and historic and agricultural heritage; enhance our area's quality of life; and provide recreational opportunities consistent with protection of natural resources. Since Save Mount Diablo's founding in 1971, preserved open space has increased from less than 7,000 acres to over 110,000 acres in more than 40 parks.
Mount Diablo is still threatened by development. That could mean the loss of wildlife corridors, ecosystems and recreational opportunities. Your support will preserve these natural lands forever to safeguard our quality of life, including the quality of our air, water and vistas.
DIABLO RESTORATION TEAM (DiRT)
The Diablo Restoration Team (DiRT) is Save Mount Diablo's volunteer restoration field crew. Dedicated to the conservation and enhancment of natural resources in Contra Costa County, volunteers meet monthly to get DiRTy and contribute to the stewardship of habitat for sensitive and endangered species. Workdays are open to the public.
Please forward any inquiries to Save Mount Diablo's Stewardship and Outreach Coordinator, Jim Cartan - firstname.lastname@example.org
P (925) 947-3535 | 1901 Olympic Blvd. Walnut Creek, CA 94596