The Conservation Alliance Awards $775,000 to Protect Wild Places Across North America

The Conservation Alliance – an organization dedicated to harnessing the collective power of business and outdoor communities to fund and advocate for the protection of North America’s wild places – has announced their Winter 2022 grant cycle recipients, ultimately investing $775,000 across 19 projects and helping conservation groups in 13 states and provinces secure new land and water protections across North America.

Founded in 1989 by outdoor industry leaders REI, Patagonia, The North Face, and Kelty, the organization now has over 270 member companies and has contributed more than $27 million to grassroots conservation groups throughout North America. 

This latest round of grants recipients include:

To learn more about the Conservation Alliance as well as current and future investments, visit their website.

Cover Photo: Mikaela Marion  / Courtesy of grantee Aboriginal Outfitters

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