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We are catalysts.
The Conservation Alliance’s unique approach of pooling together resources across more than 220 sponsoring members enables our efforts to go further—allowing us to do more as a whole for our industry and our environment.
For us, partnering with The Conservation Alliance makes a lot of sense. With 100% of all partner donations used exclusively for land and water conservation initiatives, we see the immediate translation of our resources into the tangible, legal protection of shared wild places. This is not only rewarding and validating, but it allows us to be a part of something much bigger and broader—something that benefits generations to come.
The Conservation Alliance hosts an annual trip to Washington, D.C., where brand ambassadors are invited to join for a day of conservation policy and lobby training, followed by a day of meetings on Capitol Hill. This allows brands to directly engage in policy and bill discussions that impact our collective interests. We are thrilled to participate—enabling our employees to meet with members of Congress from several states to share their passion for the outdoors.
Twice a year, The Conservation Alliance also allows each sponsoring member to nominate and vote for conservation projects that are in need of funding throughout North America. We actively engage our entire employee base to nominate and vote for projects that carry relevance and meaning for our employees, regardless of where they live. We’ve nominated projects like the Gunnison Public Lands Initiative with The Wilderness Society—to designate 140,000 acres of new wilderness area near Gunnison, Colorado—which was ultimately awarded funding.
We’re thankful a portion of our profits help protect the places near and dear to our hearts.
Collaboration is at The Conservation Alliance’s core. Members are industry competitors who put aside differences and come together for a common purpose.
The Conservation Alliance uses their collective annual membership dues to help fund grassroots environmental efforts and organizations. As a member, we donate a percentage of our profits to The Conservation Alliance each year. They direct funding to community-based campaigns to protect threatened wild habitats and enable outdoor recreation.
The Conservation Alliance embodies simplicity and effectiveness, with a focus on providing resources to conservation projects. They strive to find the best partners who will succeed with adequate support. They measure their success in terms of on-the-ground protection for wild places. Since The Conservation Alliance was founded in 1989, they’ve helped protect more than 51 million acres, 3,100 river miles, removed or halted 34 dams, purchased 14 climbing areas, and designated 5 marine reserves.