Acknowledgement of Land and People
Pitzer College’s Redford Conservancy is located on the traditional lands of the Tongva/San Gabrieleño. Pitzer and the Redford Conservancy recognize and honor the past, present, and future of Indigenous people and the precious lands we share with them.
Mission The Redford Conservancy builds local capacity for environmental justice and climate resilience through strategic collaboration between students, faculty, and partners through the power of interconnection and the power of community.
Vision We envision Southern California as a place for forward-thinking conservation, sustainable lifeways, green innovation, and healthy, just, and equitable communities.
Pitzer College Core Values We amplify the core values of Pitzer College, including environmental sustainability, interdisciplinarity, social responsibility, and student engagement.
what we do
Regenerative Land Use | Environmental Justice | Climate Resilience | Interconnection | Research and Education
The Barbara Drake Memorial Library
A resource for Tongva and Indigenous cultures in California and the United States based on the collection of beloved elder Barbara Drake.
Creating a new generation of environmental stewards through place-based, elementary school education.
The Robert Redford Conservancy collaborates with Indigenous Peoples on whose ancestral land the Claremont Colleges stand.
Climate Adaptation Planning
Embedding faculty, students and partners in work around climate preparedness throughout Southern California.
Tour our LEED certified, net-zero building with grounds focused on ethnobotany and native plans.
To support the work of the Redford Conservancy, click on the link below and then select Robert Redford Conservancy.