Snow Leopard Conservancy

The Snow Leopard Conservancy (SLC) was founded in 2000 by Dr Rodney Jackson and Ms Darla Hillard for helping secure the survival of the endangered snow leopard by conserving its mountain habitat, enhancing local livelihoods and alleviating human-wildlife conflict that are threatening its continued existence. By blending traditional knowledge with modern scientific expertise, SLC works in close partnership with local peoples, village institutions and NGOs/government to increase environmental awareness, advance grassroots conservation initiatives and conduct non-invasive monitoring of snow leopards. By developing an appreciation for this wild cat, the ultimate goal of the Conservancy is to turn such conflict into beneficial coexistence.

Mission statement: Ensuring snow leopard survival and conserving mountain landscapes by expanding environmental awareness and sharing innovative practices through community stewardship and partnerships.

Vision: Vibrant mountain landscapes where people and wildlife are in harmony with their environment.

Member category Nongovernmental Organizations
Country United States
Area North and Central America and the Caribbean
Geographic focus of work Central, South and East Asia
Specific Region(s) Central and South Asia
Head Rodney Jackson
Head title Director
Focal Point title Director
Focal Point Rodney Jackson
Alternate Focal Point title Director of Education
Alternate Focal Point Darla Hillard
Address 75 Boyes Blvd, Sonoma, CA 95476, USA
Telephone 0017079381700
Email rodney@snowleopardconservancy.org
Email 2 darla@snowleopardconservancy.org
Website http://snowleopardconservancy.org/
Official language(s) of communication of member English
14/11/2017
Electoral Group Global Civil Society Organizations
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