The conservation community has lost a humble giant. Adam Kolton, executive director of Alaska Wilderness League passed away early Monday morning. Our thoughts and condolences are with Adam’s loving wife and two sons, and with his Alaska Wilderness League family during this tragic time.
We’d like to share an update about our journey to advance justice, equity, diversity and inclusion – or JEDI – at The Conservation Alliance.
Over the course of the summer, the efforts to stop the proposed Pebble mine slated for the Bristol Bay region of Alaska came to a roar after nearly two decades of vocal opposition from local residents, tribal organizations and conservation groups like Trout Unlimited.
We are proud to announce that we have awarded 47 grants totaling $910,000 to grassroots organizations working to secure lasting protections for our shared wild places
This is our single largest grant disbursal since The Conservation Alliance was founded in 1989.
Trout Unlimited – Alaska has mounted a years-long effort to ensure Bristol Bay’s prolific salmon runs are protected and the powerhouse recreational fishing economy is maintained and preserved.
Peak Design is a design company crafting products that keep gear organized, protected, and accessible. The brand has been enthusiastic members of The Conservation Alliance since 2016. Peak’s purpose is to create happy, meaningful lives for the people that work there and one such employee is Annie Nyborg, Director of Sustainability. For the last two years we’ve…
I am writing to let you know that I have made the decision to transition out of my role at The Conservation Alliance. I do not make this decision lightly. This organization has provided me with the most meaningful work I can imagine over the past 23 years.
The Program Manager oversees a comprehensive program to grow The Conservation Alliance membership in the outdoor and sister industries.
The Conservation Alliance staff will be attending all three Outdoor Retailer shows in 2019.
As Congress prepares to take off (or shutdown) for the Holidays, a huge opportunity to protect public lands and waters is still being negotiated and YOU can help!
Long Lake sits on a ridge just north of the town of Crested Butte in Southwestern Colorado. Easily accessed from town, this lake is a community gem that needs a local oversight.
We asked our grantees to summarize how their recent Conservation Alliance grant will move their project forward in the coming year.
The Conservation Alliance lost a dear friend and dedicated board member this month .
The Conservation Alliance board elected Michael LaLonde, President and CEO of Deschutes Brewery to serve on the board of directors. LaLonde joins the board as we seek to recruit more members from the craft brewing sector.
The grant is the largest contribution The Conservation Alliance has ever made to one organization…
The Conservation Alliance is excited to welcome Kirsten Blackburn as our new Advocacy Program Manager.
Since 1989, The Conservation Alliance has participated in the Outdoor Retailer trade shows, held for the past 20 years in Salt Lake City.
Our shared commitment to public lands will be tested over the next four years..