2019 Year In Review Video

2019 Year in Review from Conservation Alliance on Vimeo.
In 2019 our grantees delivered 24 conservation victories resulting in the protection of 22,509,324 acres of land, 468 river miles, and the acquisition of three climbing areas.
These incredible results were driven by decades of grassroots work from Conservation Alliance grantees across North America. This year, these successes came in the form of the protection of Canada’s Thaidene Nëné and Peel River Watershed – the single largest success Conservation Alliance funding has supported, and the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation Management and Recreation Act – the largest public lands package to pass through Congress in a decade.
We work hard to identify effective conservation organizations that can succeed in any political climate, and supplement those grants by bringing the business voice to bear on conservation through our advocacy program.
2019 brought other celebrations as well. Together, we celebrated our 30th Anniversary in style, welcomed a new staff in Conor McElyea (Program Manager) and Brady Robinson (Executive Director), and said a heartfelt farewell to Serena Gordon and John Sterling. We stewarded our backyards with nine Backyard Collective events and we walked the halls of Congress in Washington D.C.

Josie, Conor, Kirsten, and Brady of The Conservation Alliance.

2019 was an eventful and fruitful year and we look forward to building a successful 2020 together. Thank you for your continued support for The Conservation Alliance. None of our work would be possible without you.