2021 Year in Review

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.

A Community-Based Effort to Protect the Black River

Rivers connect us. They bring people together along waters that flow from one community to the next. They provide a connection to nature through wildlife viewing and outdoor recreation. And they provide habitat for a diversity of species that create thriving ecosystems. We’re excited to see the Black River watershed and its inhabitants experience all…

Introducing the Confluence Program

Conservation experts, business leaders, and grantmakers are inviting historically racially marginalized groups to apply for funding to protect natural places across the USA and Canada via a new initiative called the Confluence Program.
To learn more, attend the information session on October 14 at 3PM PT.