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Rebuilding Paramount Movie Set with Santa Monica Mountains Fund

Rebuilding Paramount Movie Set with Santa Monica Mountains Fund

The Woolsey Fire of 2018 burned almost 100,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, destroying over 1500 structures in its path. Among the damage was the Paramount Ranch, made famous in the film and television industries over its 100-year run.

In partnership with Western National Parks Association, the Santa Monica Mountains Fund and Wild Tribute are teaming up to help rebuild this iconic site that’s been featured in television classics from “The Cisco Kid” to “HBO’s Westworld”, and served as a movie backdrop for stars from Bob Hope to Sandra Bullock.

The Santa Monica Mountains Fund works to protect and encourage appreciation and understanding of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The Fund achieves this by supporting National Park Service efforts in education, science, research, improved facilities, citizen engagement, stewardship and philanthropy.

Western National Parks Association (“WNPA”) is a nonprofit education partner of the National Park Service. WNPA supports more than 70 parks across the West, developing products, services, and programs that enrich the visitor experience. Since 1938, WNPA has advanced education, interpretation, research, and community engagement to ensure national parks are increasingly valued by all.

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