Support Local Conservation Efforts Today

When you ask yourself. “What do I enjoy most about living in Northern Utah?”  Does your answer include beautiful scenery, extraordinary sunrises and sunsets, wildlife and birds in their natural habitat, healthy and productive farms, or access to recreation and trails?  Do you look forward to sharing the things you enjoy most about living in Northern Utah with your children, grandchildren and future generations?  If so, we invite you to join us in our efforts to work with landowners, farmers, developers, businesses, municipalities, and local, state, and federal agencies to conserve vital lands in Northern Utah.  

 

As our cities and towns continue to grow and welcome new residents we are working to increase local land conservation in Northern Utah.  Between 2011 and 2021, with the help of conservation minded partners and landowners, we have permanently protected approximately 500 acres of vital lands in Box Elder, Cache and Rich Counties.  Between 2022 and 2025, we have the opportunity to add 26,910 acres of land to our conservation management portfolio in these three counties and more opportunities are becoming available regularly!

 

Successful conservation doesn’t happen on its own, our dedicated staff, Board of Directors, volunteers, partners, and charitable donations from people like you make conservation a reality.  Tax-deductible donations help provide the financial support we need to leverage grants and other resources to maximize our efforts to conserve land, protect habitat, and preserve open space. 

 

Your actions and generosity today can help us preserve the landscapes of tomorrow. Any contribution to our mission, large or small, allows us to make an impact in Northern Utah that will last for generations to come.  

Consider making a minimum donation of $100 to become a member of the Bear River Land Conservancy today.