Wild Utah Project provides science-based strategies for wildlife and land conservation.
Continental-scale conservation is the norm for the entire community of managers, elected officials, private land owners, and citizens.
Wildlife throughout the West thrive and are resilient in spite of the impacts of human development.
Habitat linkages between wildlands are maintained so that wildlife can roam freely along migration routes.
Land management decisions that are based on values arising from real biological needs, not political or economic expediency.
We value wildlife as part of our heritage. Whether it is fishing, hunting, or wildlife viewing, wildlife provide many ecological, social, economic, intrinsic, and spiritual values to our society.
We value engaging the community in our work. When we recruit community scientists in our work, they become connected with wildlife and science, thus giving them tools to be good stewards for wildlife and land conservation.
We value partnerships with diverse stakeholders who share our commitment to wildlife conservation, regardless of political affiliation. Wildlife benefit most when we work together and pool our resources.
We value a staff culture that is inclusive, honest, seeks the highest quality and integrity in our work, and minimizes our own impact on wildlife and the environment by conserving resources in our daily work. We value staff that create innovative solutions instead of only identifying problems.