Together we can make a change
These Are the Heroes who help heal our Communities & the earth
Utah Diné Bikéyah works collaboratively with a broad spectrum of tribal governments, agencies, organizations and individuals to achieve our mission of protecting the cultural and natural resources of ancestral Native American lands. Learn more about them down below:
— Individual donors like YOU
At UDB, we are very grateful to have amazing allies like YOU! Your individual donations allow us to keep our vision alive. Thank you.
— Artplace America
Over ten years, to help establish and strengthen the field of creative placemaking, ArtPlace invested in demonstration projects through the National Creative Placemaking Fund; organizational change through the Community Development Investments program; cross-sector research, knowledge, and network building; strategies to vest power in local assemblies through Local Control, Local Fields; the creation of resources for arts and culture, local government, and higher education stakeholders; and storytelling and bringing people together. The network of colleagues we’ve engaged through these initiatives, along with many of our foundation partners and others across the country are carrying the work and the field forward.
— The Colorado Plateau Foundation
The Colorado Plateau Foundation recognizes that Native-led organizations are already addressing important issues in their communities and across the Plateau, and creating real and positive momentum in Indian country. The Colorado Plateau Foundation envisions a philanthropic community that is committed to supporting Native-led organizations creating movements and momentum in their communities.
— Conservation Lands Foundation
CLF believes that every one is allowed to participate responsibly in the benefits of the National Conservation Lands. The organization is working to eliminate barriers to access to National Conservation Lands and honor the different ways people engage with them. By focusing on community-based conservation, CLF identifies and breaks down barriers to access that are relevant for each community where they work.
— Re: Wild
Re:wild protects and restores the diversity of life on Earth through innovative collaborations among individuals, communities, Indigenous peoples, governments, scientists, and businesses to drive the most pressing nature-based solutions to our planet’s urgent crises. Re:wild launched in 2021 combining more than three decades of conservation impact by Leonardo DiCaprio and Global Wildlife Conservation, leveraging expertise, partnerships and platforms to bring new attention, energy and voices together.