Three days in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Restoring protections for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is important to a majority of Americans. We want to take solace in the fact that there exists at least one significant place where we didn’t let greed destroy the wild. Where wildlife roams free and man is but a visitor. It is about much more to the Gwich’in.

52 Businesses Unite Around the Roadless Rule

Fifty-two Conservation Alliance member companies from across the United States and Canada joined us a letter to Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, urging him to uphold the National Roadless Area Conservation Rule (Roadless Rule). The letter was sent to the Secretary and his team at the United States Department of Agriculture as attempts to dismantle the Roadless Rule heat up.

We The People: A Guest Recap from DC

Peak Design is a design company crafting products that keep gear organized, protected, and accessible. The brand has been enthusiastic members of The Conservation Alliance since 2016. Peak’s purpose is to create happy, meaningful lives for the people that work there and one such employee is Annie Nyborg, Director of Sustainability.  For the last two years we’ve…

Historic Public Lands Bill Passes Congress

Congress passed a package of public lands bills today that protects nearly 2.5 million acres of public land and 676 miles of rivers throughout the US. The Natural Resources Management Act (S.47) also reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

Breaking: Senate Passes Historic Public Lands Package, TAKE ACTION TODAY.

Ahead of a government shutdown and the conclusion of the 115th congress, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle came together to pass the Natural Resources Act. This public lands package pushes eight Conservation Alliance priorities across the finish line, protecting more than two million acres of wild places, preserving 396 miles of river, and reauthorizing the Land and Water Conservation Fund.