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New Help Desk: Ask Us Anything

Looking  for guidance on drafting new policies and procedures? Forming effective board committees? Writing job descriptions? Look no further. Conservation expert Donna Erickson of Missoula, Montana will be manning our new Western Help Desk to provide complimentary, confidential and one-on-one phone support to address your toughest questions. This service is available to Alliance member land trusts. Learn more »

Western eNewsletter

Read the latest on Western land trusts innovative conservation projects, success stories, fundraising tips and tools, emerging issues and upcoming training opportunities in our monthly eNews. View the archive »

A Quantitative Analysis of Land Conservation's Impact on Water in Colorado

A new report released by the Colorado Coalition of Land Trusts takes the first steps in linking the work of land conservation organizations to the protection of water in the Colorado.

Staff: Find Your State Contact

Wendy Ninteman, Western Director

Responsible for managing the Alliance’s on-the-ground work in the 14 western states: works directly with land trusts in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Alaska  and Hawaii
| (406) 549-2750
120 Hickory Street
Missoula, MT 59801

Shannon Meyer, Western Conservation Manager

Works directly with land trusts in California, Texas, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada
| (970) 704-1313
417 Main Street, Suite G
Carbondale, CO 81623

Brad Paymar, Northwest Conservation Manager

Works directly with land trusts in Washington and Oregon
| (971) 202-1483
511 SE Morrison Street
Portland, OR 97214

Katie Fales, Western Program Assistant

Email | 971-202-1484
511 SE Morrison Street
Portland, OR 97214

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Iconic Maui Views Preserved

Iconic Maui Views Preserved

HI - The Erdman family is proud to be a part of this historic preservation agreement of Ulupalakua Ranch. 11,300 acres along the leeward slopes of Haleakala in Maui will be protected forever as a working ranch and wildlife habitat.

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