By supporting our habitat projects, Vital Ground contributors help connect and protect grizzlies and other wide-ranging wildlife from Greater Yellowstone to Alaska’s Bristol Bay.
Protecting working lands and a key wildlife corridor between mountain ranges in northern Idaho.
Other Habitat Projects
in Grizzly Recovery Ecosystems
Vital Ground works to protect and restore habitat for wild grizzly populations in ecosystems where the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has designated grizzly bear recovery zones and where state wildlife management agencies have placed an emphasis on conserving the species.
Grizzlies are ranging east from the Rocky Mountain Front. Private-land conservation must follow them.
Conserving lush wetlands for the grizzlies and other wildlife of Idaho’s remote Selkirk Mountains.
In a grizzly hotspot, continuing the conservation tradition along Montana’s North Fork of the Flathead River.
A landmark collaborative effort to protect shoreline habitat and public access in far northwest Montana.