Wilderness Society

For Support Of The Campaign To Protect Western Public Lands And Promote Renewable Energy Siting

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    25 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
This renewal grant to the Wilderness Society would support its efforts to secure lasting protection for unroaded, ecologically important public land. These efforts include eliminating most cross-country off-road vehicle use and establishing policies that reduce the extent and impact of fossil energy development, while promoting the appropriate siting of renewable energy projects on public land. To achieve these goals, the Society would develop and apply scientific, legal, and policy analysis tools; provide advice and support to a broad array of organizations working toward similar goals; and educate policymakers and the press.
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Washington, DC 20036-3209
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The Wilderness Society’s mission is uniting people to protect America’s wild places. This Western Conservation grantee organization works to make public lands a solution to the climate and extinction crises — for everyone — and grow an inclusive conservation movement to ensure all people benefit equitably from public lands. Guided by science, the Wilderness Society applies policy analysis, outreach, and communications expertise to protect and defend nature for all. It works toward enduring conservation gains that transcend politics by building meaningful relationships nationally and in communities. (Western Conservation Substrategies: Defend Public Lands and Advance Conservation Protections.)

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