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Preservation Organizations in Orange County, California

American Cetacean Society, Orange County Chapter 
"The American Cetacean Society (ACS) works to protect whales, dolphins, porpoises, and their habitats through education, conservation and research. For it is by educating the public about these amazing animals and the problems they face, that we can best protect them. The Orange County Chapter of the ACS was formed in 1977 by Peter Bryant, Mike Hickey, Dave Beeninga, Dennis Kelly, Barbara Britten, Ganell Baker and others. There are currently approximately 90 members. Become A Naturalist - The Naturalist Training Class is held every year, usually during the month os October and November. There is a fee for the class that includes a one year student membership in ACS/OC. Orange County Chapter Naturalists accompany whalewatch cruises to help educate passengers about the ocean and its inhabitants."  Costa Mesa
Irvine Ranch Land Reserve 
"The Irvine Ranch Land Reserve - more than 50,000 acres of permanently protected open space in the heart of Orange County, California offers a rich menu of recreational opportunities, from hiking and horseback riding to bird-watching and picnicking. The land is diverse; stretching 22 miles from the mountains to the sea; comprising more than half of the historic 93,000-acre Irvine Ranch and is home to hundreds of species of native plants and animals."  
Materials Matter / Home Improvement Outlet 
"Materials Matter is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing donated and low-cost building materials to other nonprofits revitalizing their communities and building affordable housing. Since 2004, we have distributed over $2 million in materials to nonprofit organizations and recycled over 45 million pounds of good, usable materials headed for landfills. Explore our site to read more about our programs for nonprofits, our Deconstruction and Recycling division, and our social enterprise store the Home Improvement Outlet, serving the public with brand new, low-cost home improvement materials."  Corona
Mission San Juan Capistrano 
"Mission San Juan Capistrano, the Birthplace of Orange County, was founded more than two hundred years ago. Today it is a monument to California's multi-cultural history, embracing its Native American, Spanish, Mexican and European heritage. Originally built as a self sufficient community by Spanish Padres and Indians, the Mission was a center for agriculture, industry, education and religion. Visitors will discover many areas of interest within the Mission walls. You can hear the tolling of century old bells and walk down its time worn paths. The serenity and peace amid the 10 acres of lush gardens and cool fountains, cloistered by old adobe walls, offers visitors seclusion from the sights and sounds of a busy world. Visit the Serra Chapel, Padres Quarters, Industrial Area, Soldiers Barracks, Cemetery and The Great Stone Church." Events include: Art Exhibitions, Benefit Gala Concert & Dinner, Christmas at the Mission, Flower & Garden Festival, Founders Day, Kids Day at the Mission, Lecture Series, Lincoln Celebration, Living History Day, Mariachi Festival, Member Appreciation Day, Music Under the Stars, Return of the Swallows, Sunday Symphony Series, Two for One Resident Day, Mission San Juan Capistrano Summer Camps.  San Juan Capistrano
Orange County Coastkeeper 
"The Orange County Coastkeeper is committed to protecting and preserving our marine habitats through working with stakeholders to develop solutions to problems caused from the impacts of polluted urban runoff. We believe in working with business, developers, cities, and regulatory agencies to reach solutions good for Orange County while protecting coastal resources. Enforcement of clean water laws is a very significant part of our mission; we will look for and stop polluters one at a time, using litigation if necessary. Restoration of our depleted giant kelp forests is another large part of our mission as kelp provides the habitat for hundreds of species of sea life. Education is another important part of our program; Coastkeeper provides watershed ecology and habitat restoration curriculums at various schools throughout the county."  Newport Beach
Save Our Beach 
"Save Our Beach is a non-profit 501(C)3 corporation ID# 35-2176382 dedicated to improving the water quality along the Southern California coastline." Hosts monthly beach cleanups in Seal Beach, and educates the community about cleaner oceans & beaches.  Seal Beach
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary 
"Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is a 12-acre non-profit nature preserve, located in the heart of Modjeska Canyon [Silverado, California] adjacent to the Cleveland National Forest. It is owned and operated by California State University, Fullerton and its College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. In addition to serving as a research center for Cal State Fullerton students, faculty and others, Tucker is open to the public to enjoy and learn about the local wildlife and natural habitat in the Southern California canyon area. Tucker's facilities include a small natural history museum/interpretive center, two ponds, a bird observation porch and feeders, relaxing patio and picnic areas, a small amphitheater, a caretaker's house, hiking trails, a gift shop, restrooms and an ample visitor parking lot."  Silverado
Tustin Old Town Association 
"Dedicated to the Commercial Vitality and Preservation of Tustin's Old Town District."  
Keith Weber
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