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05.1.17

Conservation Lands Foundation Announces Brian Sybert As Executive Director

DURANGO, Colo. (May 1, 2017) – The Conservation Lands Foundation announced today that it has selected Brian Sybert as its new executive director. Sybert will take the helm effective June 1. Sybert brings a strong background in working with local advocates. He has been the executive director of the Montana … read more

04.18.17

CLF Announces Senior Director of Development

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Durango, Colo. (April 18, 2017) – Conservation Lands Foundation (CLF) announced today that Suzanne Connors has joined the conservation non-profit as Senior Director of Development. Ms. Connors brings a wealth of experience as a fundraiser, strategic planner, entrepreneur and non-profit leader. Most recently she worked for Fort … read more

03.23.17

Groups join forces to defend the Red Cliffs and Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Areas in Southern Utah

ST. GEORGE, UT (March 24, 2017) – Conserve Southwest Utah (CSU), the Conservation Lands Foundation (CLF) and The Wilderness Society (TWS) filed a motion to intervene in the Washington County, Utah appeal of the Final Resource Management Plans (RMP) for the Red Cliffs and Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Areas … read more

03.1.17

CLF Statement on Confirmation of Ryan Zinke as Interior Secretary

On March 1, 2017, the U.S. Senate voted 68-31 to confirm Ryan Zinke of Montana as the 52nd Secretary of the Interior. The Secretary of the Interior is the chief steward of our National Parks, National Conservation Lands and other public lands that provide clean water, air and wildlife habitat, … read more

01.12.17

News Release: Obama Designates Five New National Monuments; Conservationists, local leaders celebrate designations  

Durango, CO (January 12, 2017) – The Conservation Lands Foundation applauded today’s national monument designations and the announcement of efforts to make our parks and monuments more inclusive for all Americans. “President Obama is an exceptional conservationist.  His actions to safeguard America’s natural, cultural and historic sites have been heroic.  … read more

12.28.16

NEWS RELEASE: New National Monuments Protect America’s Heritage, Honor Native American Cultures

Conservation Lands Foundation applauds significant additions to the National Conservation Lands Durango, CO (December 28, 2016) –The Conservation Lands Foundation welcomed President Barack Obama’s designations of two new national monuments – Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, and Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada. “In the future, Presidents’ conservation records … read more

12.9.16

CLF Statement on Interior Secretary Nominee Rep. Ryan Zinke

Durango, Colo. (December 14, 2016) – Today President-elect Donald Trump is expected to announce Representative Ryan Zinke as his pick to lead the Department of the Interior—the agency charged with managing America’s natural and cultural resources and overseeing several major land management agencies including the Bureau of Land Management and the National … read more

12.8.16

CLF Statement On Senator Harry Reid’s Historic Contributions To Conservation

Las Vegas, Nev. (December 8, 2016) – The Conservation Lands Foundation (CLF) hailed Senator Harry Reid’s historic contributions to wildlife and land conservation in America following the Senator’s farewell address to the chamber today. The group cited the Senator’s dedication and legislative acumen over his long career in public service, … read more

09.14.16

NEWS RELEASE: Balanced California Desert Management Plan Promotes Renewable Energy While Permanently Protecting Key Landscapes

New California Desert Conservation Lands ensure the public can continue to explore and experience the best of the unspoiled California Desert Palm Desert, Calif. (September 14, 2016) — The Conservation Lands Foundation praised the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) release of the Desert Renewable Energy and Conservation Plan (DRECP) today. … read more

07.29.16

ConocoPhillips Pushes to Fast Track New Drilling Without Roadmap or Promised Mitigation

GMT-2 Threatens Sensitive Habitat and Subsistence needs for Native Alaskans Anchorage, Alaska (July 29, 2016)—ConocoPhillips has submitted an application to develop a second project in America’s Western Arctic. The Greater Mooses Tooth-2 (GMT-2) proposal would include nine miles of new road and pipeline and develop upwards of 75 acres for a … read more