Since 1984, people like you have helped The Nature Conservancy protect more than 1 million acres of Utah’s snow-capped mountains, red rock canyons, winding rivers and sagebrush sea. We’re building on that legacy and bringing people together to help solve today’s biggest conservation challenges, from climate change and habitat loss to protecting clean water. Together we’re stronger!
Great Salt Lake Needs Your Visit
TNC and the Utah Office of Tourism are teaming up to offer a new digital visitation guide to the Great Salt Lake. The guide offers a range of fun ways for tourists and locals to engage with and learn about this unique and threatened natural wonder.
Audubon and The Nature Conservancy to Lead Great Salt Lake Water Trust
The National Audubon Society and TNC are the new recipients of the Great Salt Lake Watershed Enhancement Program, earning $40 million in grant funds to benefit the Great Salt Lake.
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.