Land and water conservation are prioritized over fossil fuel projects
Landscapes are connected to ensure healthy and resilient wildlife habitats
Everyone has access to clean air to breathe and water to drink
Access to nature is equitably available to all
There are opportunities for meaningful, restorative work that supports addressing root causes of systemic problems-- together
Principles and Values
We support science-based decision-making that reflects both traditional and western forms of knowledge;
We commit to partnerships that share decision-making, resources, and accountability.
We honor an inclusive vision of conservation, one based on human interaction with and interconnectedness with the natural world, not one based upon “locking up” nature away from humans and limiting access to the privileged few.
We acknowledge and will seek to honor the sovereignty of tribal nations. The pursuit of a 30x30 goal must uphold the sovereignty of tribal nations, involve meaningful consultation with indigenous tribal leaders, and help indigenous tribal communities fulfill their visions and priorities for the stewardship of natural, cultural, and historic resources.