How to Help

Protect Your Adventure

Hikers Crossing a stream along the Arapaho Pass Trail near Nederland, Colorado. © Chris Helzer/TNC

You don’t need to go far to make memories that last.

As we pitch in to protect our loved ones and communities, let’s continue to conserve the places that bring our lives so much joy. Loving these places means more than exploring them—it means caring for them. Here are some ways you can do just that.

Man fishing in a freshwater river.
Fishing Man fishing in a freshwater river. © Russ Schnitzer

Are you an outdoor enthusiast?

Us too. Through our long history of a science-based and bipartisan approach to land and water conservation, we’re committed to protecting the places where you live, work and play.

 We recognize the economic and human health benefits of the outdoor recreation industry rely on healthy natural systems to hike, bike, fish, paddle, ski and all the ways you love to play outdoors.

 Together we imagine a world where people and nature thrive. Join the adventure by learning more, becoming a member, volunteering, taking action to advance conservation legislation, and participating in the social media conversation. #ProtectYourAdventure

Thank You to Our Corporate Partners

  • Backcountry

    Supporting volunteerism and an ongoing customer donation program Learn More

  • Smartwool

    Supporting local conservation initiatives as they welcome the outdoor industry to Colorado Learn More

  • Vail Resorts

    Restoring our forests while connecting families to summer fun in nature. Learn More

  • VF Foundation

    Protecting the outdoors and supporting access to nature for all. Learn More

  • Yeti

    Proud partner with organizations that celebrate and protect the outdoors. Learn More