This morning, we joined forces with priority campaign grantee Save the Boundary Waters and the Boundary Waters Business Coalition to deliver a letter to congressional offices from both parties to send a clear message to Congress: The Boundary Waters deserves immediate and long-term protection.
Businesses Celebrate as Biden Administration Designates Camp Hale – Continental Divide National Monument BEND, Ore. (October 12, 2022) – The Conservation Alliance (TCA), the leading national business coalition working to conserve land and water, today celebrates the Biden administration’s designation of the Camp Hale – Continental Divide National Monument and protections for Thompson Divide. Located near…
The Dolores River emerges from the dramatic peaks of the San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado – flowing 241 miles west and then north before joining the Colorado River near Moab, Utah.
Bristol Bay is the crown jewel of salmon fisheries. In a time of global climate change, threatened species and landscapes, and declining salmon populations across the Pacific Northwest and into Alaska, no place can boast the ecological abundance of Bristol Bay, Alaska.
In 2022 Let’s Protect the Boundary Waters Wilderness Forever. America’s most popular and accessible Wilderness could gain permanent protection against risky copper mining by the end of this year.
Header Photo: Alex Falconer Organization will be focused on advocating for permanent protections for the Boundary Waters in MN, Bristol Bay in AK, Castner Range in TX, and the Dolores River in CO The Conservation Alliance (TCA), the leading conservation group organizing businesses to protect land and water, is excited to announce its…
BREAKING NEWS: Along with 24+ of our outdoor industry member companies, we are urging Emerald Expositions (“Emerald”) not to move the Outdoor Retailer trade show to Utah. We’ve joined together in stating that we will not support or attend a trade show event in Utah so long as its elected officials continue attacks on national monuments and public lands protections.
Outdoor Industry Leaders Call on Utah Governor to Drop Monument Litigation Efforts and Support Public Lands
As the industry considers returning its Outdoor Retailer tradeshow to Salt Lake City, leaders point to state elected officials’ continued efforts to undermine public lands protections
The Conservation Alliance and its 270 member businesses in the outdoor recreation, craft brewing and beverage, finance, and clean energy industries, are ecstatic today that the Biden Administration has taken key steps to protect the economy and natural resources in the Boundary Waters area of Minnesota.
The Conservation Alliance and its 270 member businesses in the outdoor recreation, craft brewing and beverage, finance, and clean energy industries, thank the Biden Administration for restoring national monuments in Utah.