Winter Wildlands Alliance

Winter Wildlands Alliance has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2002.

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Winter Wildlands Alliance Grant history

2015

$3,000 - To assist the Forest Service in winter travel planning within the Nevada Mountain Roadless Conservation Area. Opportunity fund

2014

$2,800 - To protect Mount Jefferson and the High Divide wildlife corridor in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Opportunity fund

2011

$3,000 - To provide three remote surveillance cameras in the Beaverhead Deerlodge Forest. Opportunity fund

2009

$2,000 - To document and identify critical lynx habitat. Opportunity fund

2003

$15,000 - To organize a national coalition of winter sports businesses, manufacturers, and non-motorized recreationists to protect public lands from the abuse of snowmobiles and other off-road vehicles. Place-based conservation

2002

$15,000 - To organize a national network of winter sports businesses, manufacturers and recreationists to protect wild areas from the abuse of snow machines. Place-based conservation

2002

$2,500 - To defend Yellowstone Park from escalating snowmobile use. Opportunity fund