BEND, Ore. (January 26, 2023) – – The Conservation Alliance (TCA), the leading national business coalition working to conserve land and water, announced today the inaugural Conservation Alliance Summit. The Summit will create space for businesses that value outdoor spaces, community-centered conservation, and wild places to unite under a common agenda for equitable land and…
January 16th marks the day the United States celebrates the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year, the King Center is focused on cultivating a beloved community mindset to “transform unjust systems where injustice ends and love prevails.” Dr. King is most known for his work on civil rights here…
Thanks to your help, we have matched an all time high in giving with $2.2 million awarded, 56 projects funded, and 14 projects completed, for a total of 178,815 acres and river miles protected in 2022.
Join The Conservation Alliance as we embrace the incredible impact of our community, empower our leaders, and unite our members, grantees and partners behind an equitable conservation vision for the future from May 22-24, 2023 in Winter Park, Colorado.
BEND, Ore. (November 2, 2022) – – The Conservation Alliance (TCA), the leading national business coalition working to conserve land and water, has selected Nicole Rom as the organization’s new Executive Director. In addition, TCA’s interim Executive Director, Shoren Brown, will elevate to Vice President of Public Affairs.
By Amelia Arvesen As featured on Osprey’s blog. . As mining companies descend upon Northwest British Columbia, Indigenous people in Southeast Alaska grow uneasy. Any toxic waste deposited into the transboundary rivers as a result of operations flows downstream to them, impacting their food security and way of life. After all, water doesn’t stop flowing…
2021 was another transformative year at The Conservation Alliance. We experienced record growth in our business membership and awarded $2.2 million in funding.
After two years serving as our Executive Director, Brady Robinson notified the staff and board in December that he would be moving on from The Conservation Alliance.
In 2021, Conservation Alliance funding and advocacy helped 13 projects cross the finish line, resulting in permanent protection for 291,300 acres, 4 river miles, and one climbing area. Our grantees also removed one dam and created the first state park in Baja California, Mexico.
We’re excited to announce the Confluence Program grantees: Apache Stronghold, Monumental SHIFT Coalition, Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission, and Valentine Conservation Community Project.