The Nature Conservancy Announces Elizabeth Kitchens as New Utah Director
The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Kitchens has been selected as the new state director for Utah.
Ski for Nature
Join The Nature Conservancy and Snowbird for a special presentation by Great Salt Lake Commissioner Brian Steed on restoring the lake.
A Cause Greater Than Any One of Us
Dave Livermore, who founded both TNC’s Utah and Nevada chapters, stepped down as Utah’s state director and will retire in May. Spanning 43 years, Dave’s TNC career has scored countless wins for nature and for all of us.
Utah's Public Lands
TNC has helped establish and protect more than 100,000 acres of land in Utah now under federal and state management. Join naturalist John Dreyfous on a survey of the remote and pristine landscapes of the U.S. Forest Service Research Natural Areas.
Will We Save the Great Salt Lake?
Our work on the lake is crucial to Utah’s air quality, our mountain snowpack, the economy and millions of migratory birds.
Taking Climate Action in Utah
Project Highlight: TNC’s Canyonlands Research Center attracts some of the world’s leading scientists in climate change, biological soil crust and drylands ecology.
Places We Protect
See the Places We Protect in Your Community
Since 1984, The Nature Conservancy in Utah has helped to protect more than 1 million acres of public and private land throughout the state, for plants, animals and people.