Our Grantees

Southwest Rivers Grantees

Established in partnership with the Walton Family Foundation and leveraged with contributions from our individual and business partners, the Southwest Rivers Grants are dedicated to monitoring and maintaining the Dolores, Escalante, Gila and Verde Rivers. These grants are vital, protecting the legacy of decades of river restoration undertaken by communities that live along these rivers. These grants and contributors are committed to supporting these iconic places’ long-term health and resilience.

Grants are invitation only. 

RIversEdge West logo
Gila Watershed Partnership logo
Grand Staircase Escalante Partners logo
Conservation Legacy logo

Community Grantees

Launched in 2018, our Community Grants are focused on improving wetlands and wildlife habitat and sustaining functional flows. Community Grants are also focused on connecting communities to their rivers. While we have expertise in river conservation, we have much to learn. We are committed to deepening relationships with marginalized communities so that we can help create space and opportunity for excluded groups who want to protect rivers in their communities.

Grants are invitation only. Read about the impact of our 2023 grants here

Colorado West Land Trust logo
San Juan Citizens Alliance logo
Colorado Canyons Association logo
Colorado Water Trust logo
Friends of Youth and Nature logo
Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust logo
Eureka Colored Logo

Past Grantees

We receive many amazing, worthy grant applications that we are unable to fund. If you would like to help us expand our capacity for funding these additional grants, please donate here or email [email protected]

River Science Logo<br />
Roaring Fork Conservancy logo
Casting for Recovery logo
Institute for Environmental Solutions logo
Purgatorie logo
Four Corners Water Center logo
Brown Folks Fishing logo
One Riverfront logo
Grand Valley Audubon logo
Grand Valley Anglers logo