Len Carlman has lived in Jackson Hole for more than 30 years. His career as a lawyer, much of which was focused on land transactions and conservation easements, as well as his extensive experience in the environmental nonprofit field, illustrate his deep knowledge of natural resource preservation.
In assessing Rendezvous Park’s model, as created by the nonprofit Rendezvous Lands Conservancy (RLC) he said,
RLC is pioneering an innovative non-profit template for preserving, owning, and maintaining natural parks that are accessible to the public.
RLC’s mission is to collaborate with communities to acquire property for public access to help make their visions a reality. Unlike other organizations, RLC is committed to catalyze, design, develop, and own such properties.
Rendezvous Park is RLC’s flagship project, the success of which illustrates this model’s effectiveness.
As Carlman encouraged, make a donation today to contribute to
this strategic growth with visionary private charitable support.