We harness the power of businesses and outdoor communities to protect North America’s cherished wild places and outdoor spaces. Through the collective strength of our membership – companies from banks to breweries and outdoor gear – we champion solutions that balance the best interests of the land and water, wildlife, and people. Since 1989, we’ve helped protect 73 million acres and 3,580 river miles, remove or halt 37 dams, purchase 21 climbing areas & designate five marine reserves.

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Three Historic Victories

The Biden Administration has put protections in place for over 9.5 million acres of public land and water. In Alaska, 9.2 million acres of the Tongass National Forest is protected by the Roadless Rule and the EPA released its final clean water act decision, stopping Pebble mine. In the same week, 225,000 acres of the Boundary Waters area in Minnesota received long awaited protections. The Conservation Alliance (TCA) is proud to have supported these three priority campaigns thanks to your membership support – Bristol Bay and Tongass National Forest in Alaska, and the Boundary Waters in Minnesota.

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Camp Hale – Continental Divide National Monument

Located near Leadville, CO, the newly designated Camp Hale – Continental Divide National Monument includes the former training grounds of the Army’s famous 10th Mountain Division and is considered by many to be the birthplace of the modern ski industry. The designation protects 53,804 acres.

Featured Priority Campaign

Bristol Bay, Alaska

Bristol Bay Alaska, home to the world’s most prolific salmon fishery, is threatened by a proposed mine which would contaminate the area and impact the communities that depend on it. The Conservation Alliance partners with the United Tribes of Bristol Bay in protecting this extraordinary region.