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.
In 2020, Conservation Alliance funding helped 12 projects cross the finish line. These projects permanently protect 11,594 acres (including 483 giant sequoias!), 1.3 river miles, and one climbing area.
In 2019 our grantees delivered 24 conservation victories resulting in the protection of 22,509,324 million acres of land, 468 river miles, and the acquisition of three climbing areas.
In 2001, funding from The Conservation Alliance lead to the acquisition of 221 acres surrounding iconic Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah—home to one of the “Fifty Classic Climbs of North America”. Dave Erley, former two-term mayor of Castle Valley, and Wendy Fisher, Executive Director of Utah Open Lands, explain the history of the Castleton…
Our newest video is a story about Boreas Ponds in New York’s Adirondack Park, and the persistence it takes to reclaim, expand, and create wilderness.
When Erica Lighthiser, Michelle Uberuaga and Dale Sexton learned about an industrial scale gold mining proposal in Paradise Valley, Montana, they took action.
The Galbraith Mountain success story—the second video in a six-part series—features unlikely allies collaborating on a conservation easement within their community near Bellingham, WA.
Frank and Jeanne Moore are decades-long stewards and conservation champions for the Steamboat Creek watershed.
In an open letter to Secretary Zinke, 75 Conservation Alliance members and partners add their voices to over one million others who have stood up on behalf of our country’s national monuments.