From the State Director
"A cornucopia of endemism, Ash Meadows is the home of the renowned Devil’s Hole Pupfish and more than 20 other threatened and endangered plant, animal and spring fish species which are found nowhere else on Earth." Download the full report.
"Both the Greater sage-grouse and its lesser-known cousin, the Gunnison sage-grouse, are at the heart of an escalating debate over species survival, landowner rights and federal intervention." View the full report.
"The growing disconnect between our children and nature is real, as is their disillusionment with the world they are inheriting." Download the full report.
People and Conservation
Read about The Nature Conservancy in Utah’s new green initiatives for 2016. Learn more.
Learn how the Conservancy contributed to the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions held in Salt Lake City. Read more.
The Canyonlands Research Center hosts its first long-tern research study funded by the National Science Foundation. Read More.
In 2014, we completed a $44.5 million campaign to protect Utah's natural heritage. Learn more about this ambitious effort.
Utah rancher Jay Tanner and his family are striking a balance between the needs of cattle and sage grouse, making a lasting difference for both. Find out how
The Garner family has their own unique reason for supporting The Nature Conservancy in Utah. Here's their story.
See what motivates Utah's Conservation Science Director to protect our most iconic landscapes. Joel's Story
Utah's State Director, Dave Livermore, on how Stegner has inspired his work in conservation. A tribute
Protecting Utah's Native Wildflowers
Found only in Utah, the dwarf bear poppy is clinging to life in one of the nation's fastest-growing counties. Learn More
Rich deposits of oil shale form a challenging habitat for an extremely rare plant: Graham's Penstemon. Learn More
Will a seedling reintroduction project save the Autumn Buttercup? Learn More