The Foundation provides support to nonprofits that promote environmental protection in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. The Foundation is particularly concerned with the protection and preservation of the Rocky Mountain West’s remaining wild lands, rivers, and wilderness, as well as the wildlife dependent upon these lands. Priority is given to organizations working to improve public lands policy, protect biological diversity, and defend wildlands. The Foundation prefers organizations and projects where modest support can make a significant contribution. The Foundation does not support wildlife rehabilitation centers, zoos, recycling programs, tree planting projects, toxic waste cleanup, film productions, and fellowships due to limited funds. Letters of inquiry or phone calls are requested from new applicants. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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