We advance our mission of protecting wildlife and improving its habitat on Utah public land
and seek to counter threats to these habitats and achieve better policy through engaging citizens in conservation science, speaking out for wildlife, supporting our partners, and modernizing public land management.
We serve all who value our relationships with wildlife. We achieve our mission by holding agencies accountable
through attitude-changing outreach to decision makers; through citizen participation in fieldwork and advocacy; and through our wildlife and science programs, publications, and GIS data and analysis.
We bring change through science as longtime prominent voices within the Utah conservation community. We enthusiastically bridge the divide between scientific knowledge and public understanding by demonstrating collaborative expertise and tenacious persistence.
Goal #1: Reshape wildlife management for Utah’s native and imperiled wildlife.
Goal #2: Use best conservation science to support wildlife and wildlife habitat management decisions in Utah.
Goal #3: Deploy and support large numbers of citizens in the field to collect data that can bring real change to wildlife and wildlife habitat management in Utah.
We achieve these goals through our four, current main program areas: