The Nature Conservancy: Utah Chapter
For over 25 years, The Nature Conservancy has worked to protect the unique natural resources of Utah - not from people, but for both people and all living things.
The Conservancy works to conserve our waters, care for our public lands, and connect people and nature. Whether acquiring properties for habitat protection, working with partners to conduct large-scale planning and preservation projects, or tackling overarching issues such as climate change, the organization strives for results that make a difference for the people who rely on our natural world for livelihoods, recreation, and quality of life.
The Nature Conservancy is currently coordinating a major campaign in Utah, entitled "The Nature of Utah". This is a historic effort to restore Utah's most unique and threatened regions, The Nature of Utah Campaign brings together partners, communities and the public in ways that will shape the future of entire watersheds, improve the health of our vast public lands and benefit millions of people who rely on and enjoy our great outdoors. Projects fall under three initiatives: Conserving Our Waters, Caring for Our Public Lands, and Connecting People & Nature. Find out more on the Nature of Utah Campaign webpage.
To find out more about the impact the Nature Conservancy is having in protecting Utah public spaces, see the Director Reports. Also, if you are interested in donating, visit their Ways of Giving page.
If you would like to follow inspiring photos and stories, also visit the Nature Conservancy Blog. Here's to a future of open space and connecting with nature!