Wild Utah Project provides science-based strategies for wildlife and land conservation.


Continental-scale conservation is the norm for the entire community of managers, elected officials, private land owners, and citizens.

Wildlife throughout the West thrive and are resilient in spite of the impacts of human development.

Habitat linkages between wildlands are maintained so that wildlife can roam freely along migration routes.

Land management decisions that are based on values arising from real biological needs, not political or economic expediency.