What We Do

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Our Mission

Rocky Mountain Wild works to protect, connect, and restore wildlife and wild lands in the Southern Rocky Mountain region.

Our Vision

We envision a biologically healthy future for our region – one that includes a diversity of species and ecosystems, thriving populations of wildlife, and a sustainable coexistence between people and nature. Using research, community science, legal action, and advanced geospatial analysis, we offer solutions for conserving our most at-risk animal and plant species and landscapes.

Our Community

Protecting biodiversity is a BIG job, and we know that we can’t do it alone. We are actively building a diverse community of educators, students, activists, philanthropists, and community scientists to help us make our vision a reality. From providing guidance on our board of directors to helping us collect data in the field, our community makes our work possible – and fun.

Won’t you join us?

Because we are all in this together.

Our Organizational Goals

In order to achieve a biologically healthy future in our region, we must:

  • Maintain the diversity and viability of species in our region, under both current and future conditions
  • Prevent species extinctions
  • Restore and maintain viable populations of key wildlife species
  • Protect a representative diversity of ecological communities
  • Restore and maintain a connected landscape for wildlife
  • Build public and political support for our mission through education, outreach, and advocacy

Rocky Mountain Wild Annual Reports

2022 Annual Report
2022 IRS 990
2021 Annual Report
2021 IRS 990
2020 Highlights
2020 IRS 990
2019 Program Report
2019 IRS 990
2018 Annual Report
2018 IRS 990