Biodiversity Conservation Alliance
The mission of the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance is to protect and restore biological diversity, habitat for wildlife and fish, rare plants, and roadless lands in Wyoming and surrounding states. We started doing conservation work in 1988 to preserve the natural character of the Medicine Bow National Forest in southeastern Wyoming. Although we continue to fill this niche today, by the early 1990's our work had expanded far beyond the 'Bow, with increasing attention to wildlife issues. In 1994 we legally incorporated as Biodiversity Associates, but we have recently changed our name to Biodiversity Conservation Alliance to better reflect our strong advocacy work and the growing nature of our organization. We are a lean, efficient non-profit organization with a current full time staff of five.