The Stunt Ranch Reserve is a member of the University of California Natural Reserve System (UC NRS). This 310-acre Reserve is a vital resource for understanding how climate change, drought, and man-made changes to the environment will affect California’s biodiversity.
The Reserve also offers educational opportunities for K-12 students who live in the greater Los Angeles area. The Reserve also helps to facilitate numerous cooperative research programs and outreach opportunities with regional government agencies, conservation groups, and homeowner associations.
Donations to the Reserve are vital to insure and strengthen our ability to protect the land, actively restore landscapes, support student research and instruction, provide outreach programs for adult education and K-12 science education, and to construct and maintain a cutting-edge research and education facility to serve a multidisciplinary group of UCLA faculty and staff, as well as K-12 educational groups from across the greater Los Angeles area.
If you would like to receive occasional emails about Reserve news and invitations to events, public lectures, and volunteer activities, please contact Brad Shaffer, Faculty Reserve Director.