PARTNERS IN CONSERVATION
PIC has an active governing body of Board of Directors who are responsible for setting the mission and strategic direction of PIC, as well as overseeing its finances, operations and policies. PIC’s staff have the requisite skills and experience necessary to carry out their duties and act, at all times, for the benefit of PIC and our stated vision, mission and goals.
Our Structural Organization
PIC administers and facilitates common-sense conservation projects by matching specific tasks with appropriate organizations and by utilizing the skills, energy, and abilities of diverse groups through hands-on participation. Active involvement creates ownership; by actually doing the project, participants become part of the project.
When at all possible, PIC structures projects so that individuals volunteer and donate their time, transportation, and some equipment. Then, after successful completion, PIC makes a monetary donation to the non-profit organization the volunteers represent. This formulation provides much needed funding to community organizations and augments local economies while accomplishing worthwhile conservation projects.
We also believe that education enhances all projects and produces a deeper level of understanding. Understanding pushes the inability to see another’s perspective aside and allows the development of positive relationships to begin. Successful projects accomplish much more than the ‘good you see on the ground’.
LOGANDALE TRAILSThe Logandale Trails System is managed by the Bureau of Land Management, and the BLM has just designated Partners Conservation (PIC) as the Steward for the Logandale Trails. PIC will be working diligently in the coming months to prepare updated maps and information.