Where We Work

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Over the next three years, Commonweal Conservancy will pursue conservation and community development-related transaction opportunities in the southwestern United States—Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah—and in southern California. We are currently exploring prospective projects in Albuquerque and in Santa Fe and Rio Arriba counties (New Mexico), Los Angeles (California), Clark County (Nevada), Sedona (Arizona), and Durango (Colorado).

Although our attention is primarily focused on landscapes and communities in the Southwest, Commonweal Conservancy staff has been invited to explore transactions and community building projects in New England and the mid-Atlantic region. Working in partnership with other local nonprofit conservation and community development organizations, our capacity to service the demand in these regions may be expanded on a case-by-case basis.