Get Involved

Volunteer

Maintaining the beautiful lands entrusted to our care is no small task. But it is a joyful, worthwhile one. We welcome hard working volunteers who want to make a difference by helping with the actual work of keeping land beautiful and healthy.

We also welcome those who want to get involved with our organization by lending expertise. To inquire about serving on one of our committees or serving as a board member, please contact us.

 

Donate

We have been joined in our work by many volunteers contributing countless hours. Recently, we’ve brought our first staff person on to help manage our public outreach. If we are going to continue adding projects, coordinating volunteers, and protecting land, we need your help! Please visit our donate page to learn more.

 

Future projects include:

  • Land protections on more properties.

  • Continued stewardship of the lands we manage.

  • Public outreach campaigns.

 

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ABOUT US >

The Bear River Land Conservancy was established by local visionaries to ensure that valuable private lands with public benefits will continue to provide those benefits. Our focus includes:

  • Working farms and ranches; we love our locally grown foods!

  • Lands near rivers and streams; because we all need clean water.

  • Private lands and trails that allow public access for recreation, including hunting, fishing, and hiking.

  • Natural habitat areas for migratory birds, native plants, and healthy fish.

CONTACT >

T: 435-770-4081

E: BRLC@bearriverlandconservancy.org

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Bear River Land Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. EIN 27-4698179

BRLC is also a proud member of the Land Trust Alliance.

PO Box 4565
Logan, UT 84323-4565

The mission of the Bear River Land Conservancy is to conserve and enhance private lands for wildlife habitat, working farms and ranches, land and trails of recreational or historical significance, watersheds, and critical vistas, using education, conservation easements and sound management, to benefit the people of northern Utah, today and in perpetuity.

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