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The Nature of Utah Campaign

July 1, 2009 - December 31, 2014

Thank you for making a difference!

An historic effort to restore Utah's most unique and threatened regions, The Nature of Utah Campaign brought together partners, communities and the public in ways that will shape the future of entire watersheds, improve the health of our vast public lands and benefit millions of people who rely on and enjoy our great outdoors. 


Remarkable Results!
  • Total funds raised: $44,555,000 *
  • New protected land: 6,274 acres
  • Water rights: 70 acre-feet
  • Restored lands: 16,095 acres **
  • Enhanced public lands management: 2,561,536 acres ***
  • Total conservation impact: 2,583,905 acres 

(*Includes private funds, public funds and land gifts. **Exotic species removal, planted and treated lands, controlled burns. ***Landscape Conservation Forecasting on U.S. Forest Service and BLM lands plus Canyonlands Research Center site.)


Campaign Initiatives

Colorado River

Conserving Our Waters

Restore health & natural flows on six rivers & the Great Salt Lake & enhance streamside wildlife habitat on thousands of acres statewide. Explore


Nature of Utah: Conserving Our Waters

Caring for Our Public Lands

Partner with federal & state agencies to share science & tools that will improve plant & animal habitat on 60 percent of Utah's public lands. Explore


Nature of Utah: Connecting People & Nature

Connecting People & Nature

Use collaboration, research & education to help communities in Utah & worldwide protect their natural resources & preserve their quality of life. Explore

Thank You!

The Campaign's greatest accomplishment was earning your support. Please visit a Conservancy preserve and enjoy what you have saved.

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