Western Conservation Foundation

For WCF’s Program To Build Conservation Support In Key Western States

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    13 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Conservation organizations lack sufficient capacity to protect important public land and water resources. This grant to the Western Conservation Foundation (WCF) would support its goal of building capacity in up to three states in the West. WCF will employ experts in strategic communications, policy campaigns, and outreach and organizing to support existing organizations and, where necessary, create new ones to achieve land protection goals.
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1536 Wynkoop Street
Suite 410
Denver, CO 80202-1182
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for general operating support  
The Western Conservation Foundation (WCF) works to build leaders to protect the land, air, and water of the West. WCF is a regranter and convener supporting our Western Conservation strategy. It works with diverse organizations to advocate and advance new federal and state conservation policies, such as those protecting wildlife connectivity and key landscapes. It supports coordination among state groups and the capacity of regrantees to address DEI issues and improve their operational efficiency, and is launching a communications project about the effect of energy development on land and waters, wildlife habitat, and communities. (Substrategy: Advance Conservation Protections)
for general operating support  
The Western Conservation Foundation works to protect national public lands and rivers across the American West. This grant will enable the organization to continue to educate and engage press and policymakers, and to collaborate with an array of other conservation organizations in support of its goals.

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