Businesses Celebrate as Biden Administration Designates Camp Hale – Continental Divide National Monument BEND, Ore. (October 12, 2022) – The Conservation Alliance (TCA), the leading national business coalition working to conserve land and water, today celebrates the Biden administration’s designation of the Camp Hale – Continental Divide National Monument and protections for Thompson Divide. Located near…
Nearly 10 years ago, we made our first grant to the Yukon Chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) to support their effort to protect the Peel River Watershed in the Yukon Territories.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation completed the Falls Creek acquisition, permanently protecting 442 acres in Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front.
We’re excited to add four projects to the list of places Conservation Alliance funding has helped protect.
Conservation Alliance grantees funded in 2018 reported seven conservation victories, permanently protecting 1,346,331 acres, 379 river miles and one climbing area.
Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest produces more wild salmon than anywhere else in the country.
In April 2015, The Conservation Alliance invested $800,000 in grassroots conservation organizations.
President Obama today will designate three new national monuments, protecting roughly 1.8 million acres…