Keystone Conservation

Keystone (formerly the Predator Conservation Alliance) collects and uses the best scientific information to determine each species ecological condition, threats to their survival and monitoring needs. It shares its information with other conservation groups and public agencies to help guide and prioritize their monitoring and protection efforts.

Keystone Conservation was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2000 to 2008.

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Keystone Conservation Photo gallery

Keystone Conservation's interactive, outdoor programs encourage children to invest in a sustainable future for people and wildlife. Photo courtesy of Keystone Conservation.

Range riders hired by Keystone Conservation and the Madison Valley Ranchlands Group keep livestock safe and wolves alive. Photo courtesy of Keystone Conservation.

Range riders hired by Keystone Conservation and the Madison Valley Ranchlands Group keep livestock safe and wolves alive. Photo courtesy of Keystone Conservation.

Keystone Conservation Grant history

2008

$3,000 - To support TREC-facilitated board training in the areas of fundraising, board governance and strategic planning. Opportunity fund

2007

$3,000 - To change the organization's name to better support PCA'S successful on-the-ground work ensuring the long-term health of predators. Opportunity fund

2007

$25,000 - To help people and communities in the High Divide coexist with large carnivores. Place-based conservation

2006

$3,000 - To develop an organizational strategic plan. Opportunity fund

2006

$25,000 - To reduce grizzly bear and wolf mortalities in the Northern Rockies and build support for wildlife conservation in rural communities in the region. Place-based conservation

2000

$18,000 - To incorporate effective communications and media work into protecting native predators and their habitats in the forests of the Northern Rockies. Place-based conservation