“The pitcher cries for water to carry and a person for work that is real.”
We restore wildlife habitat and wetlands; close roads to protect wild landscapes; return beaver to their historic range and restore watersheds; collect data to improve grazing practices and help prevent the spread of invasive species. We partner with Native American communities to plant and harvest traditional crops, maintain ancient running trails, and install solar electricity for local residents. We offer unique citizen science training programs that equip the public to be more knowledgeable stewards. We get young people outside—igniting their passion and equipping them with skills to be the next generation of conservation leaders.