Let’s Welcome Our Newest Grantees!

Photo: Mikaela Marion

Header Photo: Mikaela Marion  / Courtesy of grantee Aboriginal Outfitters

We’re excited to introduce our newest Conservation Alliance grantees!

Our Winter 2022 Grant Cycle just concluded and we awarded $775,000 to 19 groups working to protect wild places across North America. These projects were chosen by you, our member companies, through a nomination and voting process. Thank you for participating in our grant-making!

Winter 2022 Grant Recipients

Aboriginal Outfitterssic cwix (New River) – $50,000

CalWild Central Coast Heritage Protection Act / NW Mountains and Rivers – $50,000

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – British ColumbiaEstablishing New Protected Areas in Northern BC – $40,000

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – YukonMore than Just Gold: Protecting the Dawson Region – $20,000

Central Oregon LandWatchSave Skyline Forest – $30,000

Conservation Lands FoundationCampaign for the Gila River, Wild and Scenic – $45,000

Dene Kayeh Institute – Dena K’eh Kusan – We Will Always Be Here – $50,000

Friends of Cedar MesaThe Lands Between  – $50,000

Hispanic Access FoundationChaparral Pacific Crest National Monument and Riverside County Campaign – $50,000

New Mexico Wilderness Alliance (NM Wild)Greater Chaco Protection Campaign – $50,000

Northeast Wilderness TrustWoodbury Mountain Wilderness Preserve – $35,000

Oregon WildAn Historic Opportunity to Protect Oregon’s Rivers – $50,000

Outdoor AllianceProtecting North Carolina’s Mountain Treasures – $35,000

SalmonStateBLM Wildlands Campaign – $45,000

Southern Utah Wilderness AllianceLabyrinth Canyon Wilderness Protection – $35,000

The Wilderness Society – The Gunnison Public Lands Initiative – $45,000

Theodore Roosevelt Conservation PartnershipProtecting Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands – $45,000

Virginia Wilderness CommitteeShenandoah Mountain National Scenic Area Project – $15,000

Winter Wildlands AllianceSave Teton and Mill Creek Canyons from Commercial Resort Development – $35,000