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The La Verne Land Conservancy

What is the La Verne Land Conservancy?

The La Verne Land Conservancy is a public non-profit organization that is working to protect the remaining foothill open spaces above La Verne to support the health of our watershed and to ensure future access to and enjoyment of the foothills and the adjacent Angeles National Forest.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to sustain the rich, natural and cultural heritage of La Verne through the preservation of its remaining natural habitat and conservation of open space for compatible recreational uses.

Protect Marshall Canyon Golf Course

Lewis Homes is working with LA County to broker a deal that would allow Lewis to purchase the Sierra La Verne County Club then trade it for Marshall Canyon. The County would operate Sierra La Verne as a public course and Marshall Canyon would be turned into a new housing development.  More information…

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