Your donation can help us save our western public lands!

A donation from someone like you can help protect and restore western public lands and their wildlife from the destructive effects of livestock grazing.

We're working to restore the public lands of the West to their natural state.

As one of the West’s most effective environmental watchdog organizations, Western Watersheds Project (WWP) works to protect and restore over 250 million acres of public land in the west which is home to a stunning array of birds, fish, mammals, amphibians, other wildlife and rare plants. In fact, with your help, WWP has been successful in permanently protecting over 400,000 acres of Western public lands!

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If you love the West, join us!

All donations of $35 USD or more cover your membership for an entire year! You'll receive urgent action alerts and online messengers from us and information on ways you can volunteer your time and efforts to be part of the process of restoring our beautiful public lands!

Western Watersheds Project, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) membership corporation and our federal EIN is 94-3202140. Your contribution is tax-deductible. Our efforts to protect and restore western watersheds are entirely supported by our memberships and donations. We truly need your help if we are to achieve our objective of helping to preserve the natural heritage of all western watersheds for future generations. WWP members receive notice of important events and actions, our membership publication entitled “Watersheds Messenger”, and are welcome at WWP board meetings. For your information, please follow this link to view WWP’s privacy and cancellation policies.

There are many ways to donate and volunteer on behalf of WWP. Please follow this link for other giving options.

To donate by check please mail it to our Hailey, Idaho office: Western Watersheds Project P.O. Box 1770 Hailey, ID  83333

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