The Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve is a 24,364-acre property that sits at Point Conception—the point that generally marks the transition between the cold waters of Central and Northern California and the warmer regions of Southern California. The land has remained free from significant development for nearly 100 years. Under the management of TNC since 2017, this exceptional landscape serves as a living laboratory for the conservation science needed to inform management and restoration of this remarkable landscape and similar landscapes and seascapes around the world. The Infrastructure Manager of the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve reports to the Preserve Director and provides leadership and oversight of the Preserve’s built environment, including management of all construct

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