The mission of the Conservation Lands Foundation is to protect, restore and expand the National Conservation Lands through education, advocacy and partnerships.

From the blog

  • 04.15.14

    Oil Spill In Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

    On March 22, hikers in southern Utah came upon a distressing sight: a four-mile slick of oil staining the Little Valley Wash, which eventually drains into the Escalante River, inside the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. [...]

  • 04.14.14

    DOI’s New Mitigation Strategy and the National Conservation Lands

    Following a commitment to modernizing its approach to managing development on public lands, the Department of Interior (DOI) released a report last week that may lead to better protection for fish and wildlife habitat and [...]

  • 04.8.14

    Into the Weeds in the Deschutes Canyon

    The following is a guest blog post by Marilynne Keyser, Friends and Neighbors of the Deschutes Canyon Area (FANs) Weed Team: How do you get folks excited about eradicating invasive weeds on public lands? Start where [...]

Job Announcement: Alaska Program Director

The Conservation Lands Foundation is seeking an Alaska Program Director to work with our staff and board members to implement and develop our Alaska program work in the western Arctic, seek opportunities for expanding our program work in Alaska, and play a leadership role within a coalition of state and national conservation organizations to achieve mutual goals in the Arctic. Learn more.