We Keep It Wild

Leading outdoor brands come together to support The Conservation Alliance #WeKeepItWild campaign

(November 2, 2023) – Seven outdoor brands–including backpacks, apparel, footwear and more categories–are joining forces to support The Conservation Alliance (TCA) by donating 5% of all online sales from November 2-8 as part of the #WeKeepItWild campaign. The semi-annual campaign includes Backpacker’s Pantry, Gregory Mountain Packs, Royal Robbins, Nomadix, La Sportiva, Oboz Footwear and Superfeet. …

Fishing Hunter Creek

Seven new members join The Conservation Alliance

The Conservation Alliance (TCA) is happy to welcome seven new members to its coalition of like-minded businesses advocating for the protection of North America’s cherished outdoor spaces. Each member shares the same belief that forms the bedrock of the Alliance: protecting land and water is both good for business and for the planet. We’re excited…

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Newsletter #8 – 2023

The Conservation Alliance (TCA) has tremendous momentum as we move through this fall – from returning to Washington DC to continued momentum for monuments, there are nearly too many exciting developments to mention! We will try to share them here: DC Fly-In Recap We hosted a successful DC Fly-In with over 30 member companies, 30…

Doman Place

Winter 2024 Grant Cycle

Nominations are now open for the Winter 2024 Member Directed grant cycle, and this time we’re keeping nominations open a little longer. The nominations period for the Winter 2024 cycle will be open from October 2 – November 15, 2023. Organizations will still receive the same amount of time to complete their applications once the…

DC Fly-in

Convening for Conservation: A Recap of Our 2023 D.C. Fly-In Event

This event marked a significant step forward in our mission to protect outdoor spaces and wild places through the collective power of our member companies. Here, we’d like to recap our journey, express our gratitude, and emphasize the importance of businesses participating in fly-ins. Advocating for Land Conservation Our annual D.C. Fly-In is an excellent…

D-1 Alaska

Welcoming our Summer 2023 Grantees

The Conservation Alliance (TCA) is excited to present the recipients of its Summer 2023 Grants. In this cycle, $650,000 in grants were dispersed to 15 organizations working to protect outdoor spaces and wild places throughout North America.

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Newsletter #7 – 2023

For three weeks in August 2009, I backpacked in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. I witnessed caribou migrating past my tent early in the morning, found challenges crossing rivers and rocky boulder fields, and returned with vivid memories of this magical place. This month,  I was delighted to see the Biden-Harris administration announce significant steps…

Summer 2023 Grant Cycle

The Conservation Alliance community is growing!

TCA members are our strength because businesses are a powerful voice for conservation. The larger our collective, the greater our impact. That’s why we are proud to share that we have recently added six new businesses to our list of member companies. Join us in welcoming the following new members! Arc Initiatives – Arc Initiatives…

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Newsletter #6 – 2023

Last week I rafted the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, one of the most iconic free flowing rivers protected by the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968. It was wonderful to be off the grid and to enjoy this wild section of Idaho, one that would not be possible without robust public lands…

Grand Canyon National Monument

The Conservation Alliance and 50 Member Companies Applaud President Biden for Designating the Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni – Ancestral Footprints of the Grand Canyon National Monument

(August 8, 2023) – Today, President Biden protected nearly 1 million acres of federal public lands in Arizona by designating The Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni – Ancestral Footprints of the Grand Canyon National Monument. The Grand Canyon is an iconic landscape and outdoor recreation destination. In 2021, 4.5 million visitors from around the world visited…