Our Publications

In the Land of the Three Peaks

In this NALC publication, Kurt Russo explores the past, present, and future of the Old Woman Mountains. This book highlights the importance of preserving the Old Woman Mountains as a sacred landscape and explains the historical, cultural, and sacred significance of the Old Woman Mountains and the work of the NALC.

Painted Rock and The Old Woman Mountain: A Learning Landscape

Learn more about experiential education in the Old Woman Mountains with this helpful guide from the NALC. It includes essays about experiences in the beautiful and wild Old Woman Mountains Preserve, as well as a curriculum used for an educational program for tribal youth. If you want to lead your own wilderness journey in the Mojave or Colorado Deserts, this is a great guide.

 

 

 

Trust in the Land: New Directions in Tribal Conservation by Beth Rose Middleton

This book profiles several different Native American land trusts, including the Native American Land Conservancy. She shows how organizations like the NALC have succeeded in protecting and preserving sacred lands and natural resources. To learn more about Beth Rose’s book, click here.

Sacred Lands of Indian America

The NALC helped produce Sacred Lands of Indian America, a book that discusses the need for culturally- and ecologically-responsible preservation efforts for sacred lands. It includes spectacular photographs of sites across the United States, and features the NALC’s work. To learn more, click here.

 

 

Our Presentations

Conferences and Events


The Native American Land Conservancy regularly participates in conferences and events—see our News and Events page for more details. The NALC has also hosted meetings to encourage the growth and development of Native American land trusts, including a conference series called “Stewarding Sacred Lands: Emerging Strategies for Preserving Native Lands” that happened in 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011.