2019 Year In Review Video

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.

The Conservation Alliance proudly announces its 2023 Confluence Grantees

The Conservation Alliance (TCA), a coalition of like-minded member companies advocating for the protection of wild places and outdoor spaces, announces the recipients of its 2023 Confluence Grant Program – Alabama River Diversity Network, Battery Island Drive Neighborhood Association, People of Red Mountain, and Northern Chumash Tribal Council. The Confluence Grant Program, designed to support…

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…

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…

Summer 2023 Grant Cycle

Nominations are now open for the Summer 2023 Grant Cycle. Nominating a conservation group to apply for funding is one of the primary ways that our member companies can engage with our work. Nominations connect us to impactful projects and new groups, expanding the scope of our work. At the beginning of each grant cycle,…

Welcoming our Winter 2023 Grantees

The Conservation Alliance (TCA) is excited to present the recipients of its Winter 2023 Grants. In this cycle, $650,000 in grants were dispersed to 17 organizations working to protect outdoor spaces and wild places throughout North America.

2022 JEDI Reflections

As a part of our ongoing commitment to embed Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion values into all areas of The Conservation Alliance, we would like to share a third and final update on our work during 2022.

2022 Confluence Program: Grant Announcement

We’re excited to announce the 2022 Confluence Program grantees: Ridges to Riffles, Great Plains Restoration Council, Wind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative, and Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund.

Our Grant Review Process

The Conservation Alliance Grant Review Process and Tips for Reviewing Grant Proposals Finalizing the Ballot: The Conservation Alliance’s Internal Review Process   The Conservation Alliance staff and board received 55 applications in the Summer 2022 grant cycle. We spent two months reading and reviewing applications and came up with a list of 21 projects for the…

The Conservation Alliance Announces 2022 Advocacy Priority Campaigns

Header Photo: Alex Falconer   Organization will be focused on advocating for permanent protections for the Boundary Waters in MN, Bristol Bay in AK, Castner Range in TX, and the Dolores River in CO   The Conservation Alliance (TCA), the leading conservation group organizing businesses to protect land and water, is excited to announce its…

Confluence Program Grant Announcement

We’re excited to announce the Confluence Program grantees: Apache Stronghold, Monumental SHIFT Coalition, Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission, and Valentine Conservation Community Project.