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Altar Valley Conservation Alliance

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Environment, Natural Resources Conservation & Protection

Mission: The Alliance mission is to have "ranchers and other agriculturalists work collaboratively as the AVCA with our partners to leave the next generation with an economically and biologically productive watershed, a thriving agricultural community, and rural life enriched by the culture and history of the Altar Valley." The Alliance is devoted to the vision of "conserving the Altar Valley for future generations."

Target demographics: conserve the Altar Valley for future generations

Geographic areas served: The Altar Valley, southwest of Tucson, Arizona.

Programs: prescribed fire planning, erosion control planning, education for the community, and valley-wide planning conservation efforts.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Mary at Elkhorn

Advisor

Rating: 5

I'm proud that our ranch, Elkhorn Ranch, is an Altar Valley Conservation Alliance partner. Working with AVCA provides a great way for us to interact with neighboring ranches and many partner organizations in a positive constructive way.

Advisor

Rating: 5

I work for the Alliance, and I also live in the Altar Valley. The Alliance does great work and is really a unifying force among those with a common goal: keeping the valley open for future generations.

Advisor

Rating: 5

The Alliance mission is to have "ranchers and other agriculturalists work collaboratively as the AVCA with our partners to leave the next generation with an economically and biologically productive watershed, a thriving agricultural community, and rural life enriched by the culture and history of the Altar Valley." The Alliance is devoted to the vision of "conserving the Altar Valley for future generations." Putting its money, time and energy where its mouth is, AVCA has gathered ranchers, conservationists, government agencies, academics, scientific researchers and the general public, engaging all stakeholders in our County's future to work towards a healthy ranchlands ecosystem that allows Arizona's arid lands wildlife to flourish.

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