The following press release went out to local media on Monday, August 17, 2020: YTT LCSLO Partnership Diablo Canyon Lands Press Release

The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County is actively engaged in conservation of the Diablo Canyon Lands. The Diablo Lands include the Pecho Coast, Wild Cherry Canyon, and the rugged Irish Hills.

This region is a home to remarkable wildlife, incredible tidepools, and a beautiful stretch of California coastline.

The opportunity to permanently protect the Diablo Canyon Lands is dynamic. The Land Conservancy is committed to conservation of this landscape. With incredible community support we are partnering with the yak tityu tityu yak tiłhini Northern Chumash Tribe of San Luis Obispo County and Region (ytt). The Land Conservancy is also engaged with multiple community members and organizations committed to the permanent protection of these lands.

This project is in very early stages, but The Land Conservancy appreciates any gifts to support this and other conservation efforts throughout the central coast. Donate today

The Pecho Coast is the ytt Northern Chumash Tribe’s homeland. Learn more about the ytt on their website:

Learn more about the Diablo Canyon Lands and existing public access opportunities here: PG&E Diablo Canyon Trails