Conservation Lands Foundation

For Building Support For Land Protection In Southeast Utah

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    15 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Southeast Utah has some of the most ecologically and culturally important land on the Colorado Plateau. Framed by the San Juan and Colorado Rivers, the public lands of the region also contain a rich archeological history of Native American life, important to virtually every tribe in the Four Corners region. This grant to the Conservation Lands Foundation would support its efforts to protect this diverse, culturally important area, and its work with Native peoples in the region.
About the Grantee
835 E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 314
Durango, CO 81301
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support  
The Conservation Lands Foundation protects, restores, and expands the nation’s system of National Conservation Lands through a network of 70 volunteer-powered local "friends groups," public education, and partnerships. The organization trains and supports its Friends Grassroots Network to work with their communities to steward and advance new conservation protections for landscapes and rivers across the West. (Western Conservation Substrategies: Defend Public Lands and Advance Conservation Protections.)
for general operating support  
This general operating grant supports the Conservation Lands Foundation’s work to protect and restore the nation’s system of National Conservation Lands through a network of local "friends" organizations, public education, and partnerships.

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