Western Watersheds Project

Western Watersheds Project is a non-profit environmental conservation group that works to influence and improve public lands management throughout the western United States in order to protect native species and conserve and restore the habitats they depend on.  Our primary focus is on the negative impacts of livestock grazing, including harm to ecological, biological, cultural, historic, archeological, scenic resources, wilderness values, roadless areas, Wilderness Study Areas and designated wilderness areas.

Western Watersheds Project was founded in 1993 and has approximately 1,500 members.  We cover 250 million acres of public land spanning all of the western states and we have field offices in Idaho, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon.