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About the Campaign

Supporters

Supporters 2: Leigh Wyman

A list of cities, agencies, organizations and businesses that support the idea of building a crossing at Liberty Canyon:

  • The Animal Ministry, Center for Spiritual Living Simi
  • The Bay Foundation
  • California State Coastal Conservancy
  • California State Parks
  • Californians for Population Stabilization
  • Caltrans
  • Citizens For Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW)
  • City of Agoura Hills
  • City of Calabasas
  • City of Malibu
  • City of Thousand Oaks
  • Coalition To Save Chesebro Meadow Wildlife Corridor
  • Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency
  • Conejo Recreation and Park District
  • County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors
  • Felidae Conservation Fund
  • Friends of Griffith Park
  • G2 Gallery
  • Kids CLAW (Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife)
  • Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation of the Santa Monica Mountains
  • Liberty Canyon Homeowners Association
  • Mia Lehrer + Associates
  • Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
  • National Wildlife Federation
  • Assembly Member Richard Bloom
  • Representative Henry A. Waxman
  • Senator Fran Pavley
  • Senator Ted W. Lieu
  • Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, Third District (retired)
  • Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
  • Old Agoura Homeowners Association
  • Peace 4 Animals
  • Poison Free Malibu
  • Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains (RCDSMM)
  • San Fernando Valley Audubon Society
  • Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
  • Santa Monica Mountains Fund
  • Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
  • Santa Monica Trails Council
  • Santa Susana Mountain Park Association
  • Save Open Space
  • Senator Fran Pavley
  • Southern California Association of Governments
  • Southern California Wildlife
  • Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks
  • Ventura County Board of Supervisors
  • Western Alliance for Nature
  • Woodlake Elementary Community Charter School

The Save LA Cougars campaign was founded by a partnership of the National Wildlife Federation and the Santa Monica Mountains Fund, and is supported by a large coalition and community of organizations, businesses, individuals and elected officials.