The Nature Conservancy Wyoming Chapter - Client Spotlight

2014 Marks The Nature Conservancy Wyoming Chapter’s 25th Anniversary

The Nature Conservancy Wyoming Chapter

Client Spotlight

2014 marks The Nature Conservancy Wyoming Chapter’s 25th Anniversary, and so it is only fitting that this June the chapter celebrates the completion of the highly successful Wyoming Wild and Working Campaign. The campaign has helped the Wyoming chapter protect one million acres and 1,500 miles of rivers and streams in the state through their work with many partners on land protection, restoration and best management practices.

Some highlights of The Nature Conservancy Wyoming Chapter:

  • Land conserved or restored in Wyoming with partners: 1 million acres
  • Streams/rivers conserved, improved and restored in Wyoming with partners: 1,500 miles
  • Supporters of the Wyoming chapter: 3,139 and growing!
  • Preserves/ranches in Wyoming: 5 (covering more than 75,000 acres)
  • Collaborating partners in Wyoming last year (including landowners, city/county municipalities, industry, state and local elected officials, and other nonprofit organizations): 110
  • Conservation easements in Wyoming: 171 (covering 286,000 acres)
  • Wyoming coverage: Projects in 22 of 23 counties

The Nature Conservancy's Mission

In addition to the conservation goals, The Wyoming Chapter has built its capacity to be more efficient and effective at raising major gifts. The unique combination of board and staff leadership allowed them to build a team that supports each other and works together to promote the vision and mission of the Nature Conservancy in Wyoming—and across the globe.

The Compass Group has enjoyed working with The Nature Conservancy Wyoming Chapter over the past six years starting with a planning study and then continuing into campaign management. We are thrilled at their successes and all they have done for the state of Wyoming, and for the growth of their organization. To learn more about The Nature Conservancy Wyoming Chapter, click here.

 Quote from Molly Hampton, Director of Philanthropy, Wyoming Chapter of The Nature Conservancy


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