Get Involved

You can get involved and promote further conservation landscaping by:

  • Using conservation landscaping practices on your property.
  • Using conservation landscaping practices on your clients’ properties.
  • Promoting conservation landscaping in your community.

Here’s how…


Become a member of CCLC and support our mission and projects.

Volunteer with CCLC

Dedicated volunteers are extending the message of the Council through the following workgroups. Join us! Send an email to for our current volunteer opportunities.


Reaching out to professionals and the public to raise awareness of conservation landscaping. Conducting field days, conservation landscaping contest, and “Turning a New Leaf” conference in alternate years.
Contact: Katie Pinkham


Identifying opportunities to integrate conservation landscaping principles and practices into professional and technical training programs. Creating and maintaining a list of professionals who offer conservation landscaping services. Developing standards for best stewardship practices in conservation landscaping. Developing a conservation landscaping certification program for landscape professionals in the mid-Atlantic region.
Contact: Suzanne Etgen

Board of Directors

Working to accomplish the mission and goals of the CCLC.
Contact: Pamela Rowe, Chair

Connect with Us Online

Our list serve members share information about a wide range of topics related to conservation landscaping, including recent publications,  research, notices of upcoming events and ongoing activities of the Council.  If you would like to join, sign up at

CCLC is also active on other social networking websites. Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr & Twitter.