We Believe in Giving Back
Terra Verde believes in giving back and we are proud to be an active member of our community. Each year, our full time employees receive 24 hours of paid volunteer time for a non-profit of their choice. To date, Terra Verde has logged over 3,300 volunteer hours!
Organizations we have volunteered for include:
Acorn & Wildflower
Seeding Party at
SLO Botanical Garden
Amy Golub worked with volunteers and Garden Founder Eve Vigil to begin seeding new areas of the garden. The acorns will be the beginning of a new stand of oak trees along the Discovery Trail and will be a key component of the California section of the garden expansion. Likewise, the beautiful wildflowers of the Central Coast, poppies and lupine, will come back for years to come.
The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County
We proudly support LCLSO. Terra Verde has volunteered and provided pro bono services for many years, including a biological resources assessment of the Pismo Preserve and rare plant surveys in the dunes of Black Lake Ecological Area. CEO Brooke Langle served on the Board of Trustees for eight years, with the last four years served as vice president and then president of the board.
The Wildlife Society
(Central Coast Chapter)
Many of our employees are members of the Central Coast Chapter of The Wildlife Society and a number of us have volunteered. Brooke Langle served several years as president of the board, Sara Snyder is the immediate past president of the board, and Robyn Powers is the current membership manager. We have helped organize and host the Annual Wildlife Symposium since 2013.
Sara Snyder has served as Chapter Representative to the Western Section (2 years), President-elect (2 years), President (1 year) and was the acting Treasurer. Additionally, Sara has helped plan and host the Chapters main workshops, assisted the Chapter in winning the Chapter of the Year award two years running, and developed a wildlife game for kids at Pacific Wildlife Care’s Central Coast Wildlife Festival.