Conservancy to close most facilities until April 30

Starting today, Friday, March 20, most Catalina Island Conservancy facilities and services will be closed until April 30,...

Foxes thriving on Catalina Island

There are approximately 2,300 Catalina Island foxes roaming the Island The endemic Catalina Island fox is everywhere. You...

Of legacies and traditions for divers

Annual Avalon Harbor Underwater Cleanup celebrates its 39th year Thirty-nine years, by nearly any measure,...

Protecting ocean life, habitats

Lauren Oudin has many roles. She is On-Island director of Research and Education at USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies, director of...

Museum announces new director of exhibitions

Johnny Sampson brings nearly 20 years of experience, vision, understanding of arts Catalina Island...

Fox monitoring season underway on Catalina

Conservancy monitors the health of the endemic Catalina Island fox population Traveling along a dirt road on the West...

Rising tide, what it means for Catalina

In the Catalina Island Conservancy’s Last Friday Lecture Series, USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center Oceanographer Juliette Finzi Hart discussed the...

Letters to the Editor: published Friday, Aug. 30, 2019

Don’t ruin paradise with cruise ships The notion that additional revenue from a cruise ship will lift this city...

Whitey Mendenhall prepares to celebrate his 90th birthday

Decades of volunteer service at Conservancy nursery have left an indelible impact “It’s...

Vacation with a Philanthropic Twist

What happens during a volunteer trip with Catalina Island Conservancy? There is no single answer – it looks different for everyone! After contacting the...
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