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Land Trusts and Conservation Partners in Wyoming

Table 3 – National and regional organizations that provide analysis, information, and coordination for land preservation.

National and Regional Organizations that Provide Analysis, Information, and Coordination for Land Preservation
Name Purpose Location Contact
American Farmland Trust Stops the loss of productive farmland and promotes farming practices that lead to a healthy environment. Washington, D.C. (202) 331-7300
www.farmland.org
Land Trust Alliance National convener, strategist, and representative of over 1,600 land trusts in the U.S. Regional office in Missoula, MT (406) 549-2750 www.landtrustalliance.org
Partnership of Rangeland Trusts Association of locally based and agriculturally focused rangeland conservation organizations. Arvada, CO (401) 423-3547 www.maintaintherange.com
Sonoran Institute Promotes community decisions that respect the land and people of western North America. The Institute’s Partnership for Wyoming’s Future provides a statewide voice for better land use planning, state and local economic development, and policies that protect lands and waters, conserve working agricultural landscapes, and help communities improve their quality of life. Partnership for Wyoming’s Future is based in Cheyenne, WY

(307) 675-1970 https://sonoraninstitute.org/our-story/partners/

Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute The mission of the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute is to serve the public interest as an interdisciplinary, non-partisan forum for land use and environmental issues in the Rocky Mountain West through education and research programs on legal and public policy issues related to land use and development. University of Denver College of Law, Denver, CO (303) 871-6319 www.law.du.edu/
index.php/rmlui
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) SARE is a program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture that functions through competitive grants conducted cooperatively by farmers, ranchers, researchers, and agriculture professionals to advance farm and ranch systems that are profitable, environmentally sound, and good for communities.

Western Region Host Institution at Utah State University in Logan, UT

Professional Development at the University of Wyoming SARE Center in Lingle, WY

(435) 797-2257
https://wsaregrants.usu.edu/

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