At John Muir Land Trust, we are committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, inclusive community. Our mission to protect and care for open space is rooted in the belief that everyone should have access to the beauty and benefits of nature.
As part of this commitment, we recognize the importance of connecting all individuals and families with JMLT lands. We believe that access to natural spaces is a fundamental human right, and we are dedicated to ensuring that our land is accessible and welcoming to all. We work to provide a range of entry points and experiences that reflect the needs and interests of diverse communities.
We also understand the importance of broad community engagement. Involving a diverse range of individuals and communities in our work is essential to creating a just, equitable society. To this end, we strive to create opportunities for those from underrepresented groups to participate in and shape our programs and initiatives.
Finally, we acknowledge the importance of recognizing and honoring the history and culture of native peoples. We recognize that the lands we steward have been cared for and inhabited by indigenous communities for thousands of years, and we are committed to learning from and working with these communities to promote cultural understanding and respect.
Access to natural spaces is a fundamental human right, and John Muir Land Trust is dedicated to ensuring that our land is accessible and welcoming to all.